Butler Community College yearbooks and Grizzly magazines are now available online for everyone to view. This exciting project was coordinated by Butler Libraries and includes full color and cover to cover scanning of every issue of the yearbooks and magazines, going back to 1928. Choose from a variety of formats, page through a book choosing the "read online" option, download the PDF, print PDF images and search the text of each yearbook. The project was made possible through the LYRASIS Mass Digitization Collaborative – a Sloan Foundation grant–subsidized program that has made digitization easy and affordable for libraries and cultural institutions across the country, and a local donation : Grizzly Yearbooks
Memorial & Gift Books
The L.W. Nixon Library collection is enriched by donations. These include memorial books, honoring a loved one who has passed away; or gift books, commemorating a special event in the life of a family member or friend. To arrange placement of a memorial or gift book with the L.W. Nixon Library, please contact the library by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone El Dorado (316)322-3235, Wichita/metro area (316)733-3235 or fax (316)322-3315. To access a complete list of the books: Memorial & Gift Books.
Marianne Koke Memorial Folk Arts Collection
The Marianne Koke Folk Arts Collections is a memorial to Marianne Koke, the late wife of Don Koke. Don is a former full-time Humanities instructor at Butler Community College. It encompasses multiple formats: music in both CD and online form, DVDs, books and artwork; and multiple subjects: bluegrass to the blues; quilting to outsider art.
McCormick Math, Science, and Technology Collection
Through the generosity of Dr. Mack McCormick, the collection of science, mathematics and technology books and DVDs are purchased for the students, Faculty, and other library users of Butler Community College.
McCormick Pioneer Women Collection
This Pioneer Women Collection created by Barbara and Mack McCormick in honor of Marietta Slaven McCormick, Julia Hodges Bothwell and Velma Bothwell McCormick, documents the role of women and minorities in the settling of the Great American West. For a full list of the materials you can access the library catalog or view the pdf file below.
Southeast Kansas Academic Librarians Council (SEKALC) Collection
This is a collection of videos and DVDs for Faculty use, searchable through our online catalog for checkout. Please allow 3-5 days for delivery, depending on use. Contact the circulation desk for more information.
Graphic Novels, Fiction, Wii Games, Children/Junior, Yearbook Archive, Early World Cinema and contemporary movies on DVD
These collections offer a broad range of materials housed in the L.W. Nixon Library on the El Dorado campus. Browse the online catalog and borrow them â€“ the campus courier delivers to the other library sites daily.