Lackawanna Valley Digital Archives
Developed by the Scranton Public Library, the Lackawanna Valley Digital Archives (LVDA) make the history of the Lackawanna Valley and surrounding areas accessible to anyone with a computer and Internet connection. Divided into collections based on time periods or themes, LDVA contains high quality images of artifacts that have been collected from a variety of local organizations and individuals. These images can be viewed with great detail and clarity. The current collections include:
New collections will soon become available. They include “From Lace Makers to Coal Miners: Life in the Lackawanna Valley 1866-1920,” and “Friends of the Scranton Public Library Poetry Series.”
Visit this exciting new resource at www.LackawannaDigitalArchives.org.
This project has been funded by the Lackawanna Heritage Valley and the Willary Foundation.