The Lehigh Valley Planning Commission's site for statistics, charts, and interactive maps broken down by themes such as Economy, Education, House, and more.
Collection of digital map images documenting the history of the Lehigh Valley, as well as a centralized registry of the physical maps available for in-person research at area institutions.
The full text of the Morning Call, Allentown's local daily newspaper.
Bureau of Labor Statistics employment and labor force data for the Lehigh Valley.
Online home for content from The Express-Times, an Easton based newspaper covering the Lehigh Valley.
Searchable full-text database of Lafayette's college newspaper.
Quantitative and qualitative data about the Lehigh Valley. Includes public opinion data, election polls, and research papers (e.g.,"The Effects of Gambling in the Lehigh Valley"). Requires free registration.
The Northampton County Government website contains seven years of local election results for Presidential, state, and local positions. Lafayette College's precinct can be found under Easton City 3-3 (3rd ward, 3rd district).
Digitized maps of towns or cities in Pennsylvania originally created for use by fire insurance companies. Maps are drawn to a scale of 50 feet to an inch; list street blocks and building numbers; and are coded for building materials used. For color versions of those maps, see the collection hosted by Penn State's map library. For Sanborn Maps in areas other than Pennsylvania, see Sanborn Maps from the Library of Congress.
Collection of documents related to the development of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, from 1741 to 1844. Includes community records, personal papers, visitors' accounts and maps.
Digitized collection of letters, oral histories, books, photos, and maps focusing on the changing businesses and culture of Bethelehem throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
Digitized patron, loan, and business records from the Easton Library Company.
Over 1,100 searchable images highlighting buildings, people, and events important to the history of the College.
Portal for the state archive's digital collections, such as land records, birth/death indices, photographs, military records, etc.