The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML)
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Documents from the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library
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The HMML Palimpsest data presented on OPenn are intended for public use, including by aggregators, researchers, students, supporters, conservators and scholars to access and use high-resolution multispectral and advanced XRF images and their associated metadata. They are presented in a manner most likely to ensure their long-term digital preservation.
Selected images and metadata are also viewable in a user-friendly searchable interface in vHMML Reading Room, HMML's digital library: https://w3id.org/vhmml/readingRoom/view/512195/
About the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML)
The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML), at Saint John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota, is an internationally renowned cultural heritage organization focused on partnering with communities of origin to digitally preserve endangered manuscripts. HMML currently holds the world's largest archive of manuscript photographs in both microfilm and digital format. Its digital archives contain approximately 300,000 complete manuscripts, ranging in size from large codices of hundreds of folios to brief documents consisting of just a few leaves.
HHMML's mission is to preserve and share the world's handwritten past to inspire a deeper understanding of our present and future, and includes three major components: digitally preserving rare and endangered manuscripts; archiving, cataloging and sharing manuscripts online; fostering research on the thought and cultures represented in the manuscripts.
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For more information on HMML's virtual library and platform for manuscript studies see:
For more information on the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library rare book collection see:
The documents on OPenn
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