The Montana State University Library has assembled an impressive range of visual, textual, and video resources that center on Montana-related topics. Scholars, educators, students, and those fascinated with the rich history of the state will find a wealth of information here. Readers may like to begin with the Photos/Papers section, where they will find a digital collection of photographs, publications, research data, and much more from the Federal Work Projects Administration's efforts to revitalize the local economy through government sponsored infrastructure projects. Other fascinating inroads into local culture include the Trout and Salmonid Artwork Digital Collection, links to real-time National Park Service Webcams, and proceedings from the International Snow Science Workshops. Also of interest is the Audio/Video section, which brims with archival material that ranges from recordings of the soundscape of Yellowstone National Park to videos of MSU-sponsored lectures on trout, banned books, and other fascinating topics.