The Paul Smith’s College Historic Publications Collection includes the campus newspaper, the Post Script, published from 1946 to 2002 and the campus yearbooks, the St. Regian, published between 1946-2005. This collection is made possible by the Paul Smith’s College library and uses software created by the Library of Congress.
About Paul Smith's College Historic Publications Collection
About the St. Regian Yearbook Scanning Project
The history of Paul Smith's College has made its way online through the digitization of the Paul Smith's College yearbook collection. Starting in September 2007 and completed in May 2009, the library scanned the college's "St. Regian" yearbook collection, starting with the 1st yearbook produced for the campus in 1947. Yearbooks were scanned by student workers and the images produced were then processed and indexed. This collection is now made available to all via the college's website.
- 60+ yearbooks were scanned, containing over 9000 pages.
- Each page was scanned, cropped, renamed, indexed and converted. At each step, quality checked were performed.
- Over 50 students contributed their efforts to the project.
About the Postscript Newsletter Scanning Project
The Postscript was a newsletter published roughly 4-8 times a year from 1946-2003. It covered campus news and information, opinion articles, editorials, and other local information pieces. In 2006 with the help of students performing community service hours, the library staff oversaw the scanning of these documents that were originally housed in our archives. These pages are now made available to all via this website.
The software used to run the site was originally developed by the Library of Congress for the Chronicling America Project and has been modified for local use by the Paul Smith's College library staff.
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