Digital Preservation and Historical Archives Norma Wood Library


Welcome to the
Norma Wood Library
Digital Preservation and Historical Archives

The Digital Preservation and Historical Archives was created in 1997 by the Norma E. Wood Library at Arkansas State University Mountain Home to preserve and disseminate knowledge about Ozark Mountain history.  The Library has completed its first project, the digitization of images and text relating to the Wolf House.  The Wolf House is on the National Register of Historical Places and is believed to be the oldest house in Arkansas.

The Digital Preservation and Historical Archives logo was set in Goudy Old Style ATT using Corel PHOTO-PAINTTM.  The picture used in this logo, titled "A Scribe", is in the public domain and was scanned from the Hart Picture Archives: Volume 1, A Compendium. (New York: Hart Publishing Company Inc., 1976).  The source of the picture is Album: Fifty Years of Soviet Art: Graphic Arts. Kupetsian, A., ed.  Moscow: Soviet Artist (Sovetskii Khudozhnik), no date. The background image for this page was borrowed from Toni Schwindt's collection of Japanese paper backgrounds.

Norma E. Wood Library
Arkansas State University Mountain Home
1600 S. College St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
870-508-6112