- A Documentary Chronicle of Vassar College
An expansion of The Great Experiment, a chronology of Vassar College written by Dorothy A. Plum and George B. Dowell and originally adapted for the web by Elizabeth A. Daniels '41, Vassar College Historian.
- Vassar Encyclopedia
An online work in progress under the direction of Vassar's College Historian, Elizabeth Daniels. The project's goal is to present lively, accurate, and informative articles relating to the college and its history, of varying length and on diverse topics, written by a wide array of authors.
- Vassar Department and Program Histories
Essays written by Vassar faculty as part of Vassar's Sesquicentennial celebrations.
- Springside National Historic Landmark
Springside, designed by Andrew Jackson Downing, was the Poughkeepsie home of Matthew Vassar. In 1969, after years of neglect and attempts to divide the property for development, the estate was granted National Historic Landmark status. Today, it is being restored by a non-profit preservation organization and the grounds are open to the public.
- Elizabeth Bishop Web Site
A web site created by Barbara Page, Professor of English, which includes a description of VCL's Special Collections holdings of Bishop material.
- Elizabeth Bishop Society of Nova Scotia
An organization founded in Great Village. Its purpose is to "reclaim Elizabeth Bishop as a Nova Scotia writer."
- Elizabeth Bishop Centenary Blog
Project of the Elizabeth Bishop Society of Nova Scotia in honor of the 100th anniversary of Bishop's birth.
Archival Research and Primary Sources
- Repositories of Primary Sources
Information on collections and repositories around the world.
- National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Provides and promotes bibliographic access to the nation's documentary heritage. The program's mission is further realized by the provision of free searching, via NUCMC gateways, of archival and manuscript cataloging in OCLC WorldCat.
- The Genesis Project Guide to Resources
A database containing descriptions of women's history collections from libraries, archives and museums from around the British Isles. Features a comprehensive list of websites to aid in research in the field of Women's Studies.
- UTSA Uncovering Women's History in Archival Collections
Created by the Archives for Research on Women and Gender Project at the University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries, this is a guide to webpages of archives, libraries, and other repositories that have primary source materials by or about women.
- Guide to Archives and Special Collections in Poughkeepsie and the Hudson Valley Region
Created by the Vassar College Research Department. Offers an overview of archives and special collections in Poughkeepsie and the Hudson Valley region, including New York City.