Harvey Gantt and the Integration of Clemson University

TAPS Yearbooks

Digitization Request form

Please fill out this form if you are a member of Clemson University pursuing digitization services for research or instruction purposes. Due to on-going projects, workflows, and staff time required to configure equipment before scanning, we are not able to provide on-demand scanning. We do offer various forms of scanning services and all non-ILL requests require 48 hours (two business days) advance notice.
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  • Teaching resource, research, etc
  • Photograph, documents, manuscripts, etc. Size of a map, eg. 20"x30".
  • We cannot digitize anything that is copyright without fair use justification or approval by creator/author.
    For archival purposes, we recommend TIFF files.
    Some materials have to be scheduled around current workflow. If you need it within the week, please select high.
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Documenting the African American Experience at Clemson

Clemson University Historical Images

Cooperative Extension Photographs

Kaiser Copystand with LED Lighting

  • Purpose – Repro of materials under 20×24 inches such as stereographs, daguerreotypes, curved objects, etc. Allows for onsite digitization of fragile
    materials not durable for shipping or transport.
  • Components
    • 20×24 inch baseboard
    • LED lights
      • LED lights do not emit heat or UV.
      • LED daylight lighting unit with two light banks for even and soft illumination.
      • Each light equipped with 288 white high-CRILEDs.
      • Color temperature: 5600 K
      • Illuminance on subject surface: 4000 lux
    • Available Cameras
      • Canon 5D Mark ii
      • Canon 60D
      • Phase One IQ180


Epson Expression 10000XL/11000XL with transparency adapter

Purpose – Main workhorse scanner. We currently use seven Epson 10000XL scanners, each equipped with the transparency adapter. Scans reflective and transmission (negatives/transparencies) photographs/documents.

Specifications – Optical resolution: 2400×4800 dpi; Maximum enhanced resolution: 12,800 x 12,800 dpi. Capable of 48-bit color depth. Scanning area: 12”x17”.

Kodak iQSmart3

Purpose – High detail scanning of reflective and transmission photographs/documents.

Specifications – Optical resolution: 5,500 dpi; Maximum optical resolution: 5,500 x 10,000 dpi. Capable of 48-bit color depth. Scanning area: 18”x12”.

Fujitsu fi-6240 Document Scanner

Purpose – Scan photocopies using an ADF or scan documents on scan bed.

Specifications – Optical resolution: 600 dpi; ADF capacity: 50 sheets; ADF size: 8.5” x 14”; Scan bed size: 8.5” x 11.69”; Capable of 24-bit color depth.