Overseen by the University of New Hampshire Digital Library Committee, the Digital Collections Initiative seeks to document the unique holdings of the University of New Hampshire Library. The materials in these collections deal with a wide range of subjects, including geology, early journalism in the Granite State, literature, and official records of the University. Currently there are fourteen collections online, and first-time visitors may wish to start by perusing The Granite Monthly, which was a New Hampshire based magazine devoted to history, biography, literature, and the state congress. After that, it's a good idea to click on the Hurd Town & City Atlas of New Hampshire from 1892. The Atlas contains maps of each county and town in the state, along with brief sketches of local scenes and buildings of note. Other collections here include the Bulletin of the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station and hundreds of annual town reports from the 19th to the 20th centuries.