The University Archives is the official institutional repository of records that document the history of the University of Miami. The University Archives identifies, collects, and preserves materials that have enduring historical value. The Archives make materials accessible and promote their use to the University Community, Alumni, and members of the community beyond the University. Digitization makes it possible for us to preserve our permanently valuable records and collections and offer easier access to our resources for teaching and research.
The full-text of the University of Miami's student newspaper, The Miami Hurricane,
has been digitized from 1927 through April 2012. The paper was published under the title University News from 1927 to 1929.
The archived student newspaper represents an important historical record of campus life and student activity. You can search the entire contents by
date, year, decade and keyword.
To search and browse visit here: The Miami Hurricane Archive Online
Blueprints, drawings, and historical photographs of UM buildings are important components of the University Archives. The collection has been developed in close coordination with the University's Campus Planning and Development office of the Real Estate and Facilities.
To search and browse visit here: Architecture Collection
The Carrell: Journal of the Friends of the University of Miami Library was published from June 1960 to 1996 to promote the notable collections in the the Library. University of Miami faculty and local scholars and historians wrote articles for the publication.
To search and browse visit here: The Carrell
The University of Miami Archives holds over 500,000 photographs, negatives and slides that document the University's growth from the 1920s through the presidency of Henry King Stanford.
Especially rich are the images of UM sports, the expansion of each campus, student life, and special events such as commencement ceremonies.
To search and browse the digitized collections visit here: Historical Photographs