Digital Collections at the University of Delaware Library, Museums & Press can be found in two places: UDSpace, the University of Delaware Institutional Repository, which contains documents and audiovisual materials, and Artstor, containing mostly visual resources. Below are a list of select digital collections related to African American literature. Additional digital collections can be found under the Oral Histories and Visual Materials headings on the left.
The Alice Dunbar-Nelson papers consist of the literary, professional, and personal papers of Alice Dunbar-Nelson. The papers include an extensive collection of her incoming correspondence. Of particular note is her correspondence (1895-1904) with Paul Laurence Dunbar, which also includes her letters to Dunbar. The Alice Dunbar-Nelson Papers also include a comprehensive collection of manuscripts of her writing, including novels, stories, poetry, drama, and essays. Dunbar-Nelson maintained a daily diary for most of her adult life and the extent portions of her diaries are present in her papers. The Alice Dunbar-Nelson papers also include significant collections of family papers, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and memorabilia.