The Library of Virginia's Digital Library Program

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The Library of Virginia's Digital Library Program The Library of Virginia's Digital Library Program (DLP) is an internationally recognized effort to preserve, digitize, and provide access to significant archival and library collections. The DLP transfers rare and unique Virginia materials into an integrated, user-friendly electronic research environment. Since its inception in 1995, the Program has digitized more than 2.2 million original documents, photographs, and maps, and produced more than 80 fully-searchable databases, indexes, and electronic finding aids. General Library, Special Collections & Archive Catalogs Virginia History and Culture (NEW) Virginia Historical Inventory Court Records - Indexes and Guides Births, Deaths, Marriages, Wills, Bible Records Genealogy/Biography

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