The Cornell University Library Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections contains a subsection which is exclusively dedicated to the history of witchcraft. The collection contains over 3,000 different titles, most of which focus primarily on the persecution of witches and witchcraft in Europe during the Middle Ages. The digital collection has 104 books which have been digitized and are freely available to the public. The digital collection is browsable by title and author's name, and there is also a search function which allows users to search in the text of the books themselves.
A catalog of Medieval English texts which contain references to magic compiled by Laura Mitchell for her dissertation at the University of Toronto. . The texts are searchable by a text's current city, current library, magic category, and charm motif. Each catalog entry lists a manuscript's location of origin and current location as well as a brief description of the contents, links to outside resources concerning the text, and a link to a digitization of the manuscript if applicable.
The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic boasts a collection of over 3,000 objects and over 7,000 books ranging from Medieval to present-day. While the books themselves are not digitized, many of the objects have been photographed, and are searchable by keyword, object type, place of origin, etc. The museum also houses an archive which is available online provided the user registers with the museum and is approved by museum staff.
In addition to searchable collections, the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic also provides an Online Education page, where nine different items relating to witchcraft are presented and discussed by museum staff in a short video, with additional readings included.
This is a digitized collection of fifteenth-century Tarot cards presented by The Morgan Museum & Library. The 34 cards can be viewed one by one or as thumbnails. As very few fifteenth-century Tarot cards remain extant, this collection can help a researcher to familiarize themselves with the history of the famous divination technique.