Michigan Memories provides access to collections from cultural institutions throughout the state of Michigan. These collections are created and maintained by archivists, librarians, and curators who are dedicated to the preservation of Michigan's history and heritage. Michigan Memories celebrates the diverse voices and communities of our state and serves to inform and enlighten students, teachers, genealogists, history buffs, and everyone with an interest in the Great Lakes State.
The design and development of Michigan Memories was made possible by an LSTA grant from the Library of Michigan. We thank them for their generous support.
The overall technological infrastructure of Michigan Memories is currently overseen by Wayne State University Library System with advisory support from the advisory committee of the Michigan Service Hub.
The Michigan Service Hub is a collaborative project by the Library of Michigan, Wayne State University, the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Western Michigan University, and the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services.