Afghanistan Digital Library aims to "etrieve and restore the first sixty years of Afghanistan’s published cultural heritage. The project is collecting, cataloging, digitizing, and making available over the Internet as many Afghan publications from the period 1871–1930 as it is possible to identify and locate. In addition to books, this will eventually include all published serials, documents, pamphlets, and manuals." Researchers seeking digitized materials are encouraged to view the bibliography of books, newspapers, and documents (see above).
Arthur Paul Afghanistan Collection Bibliography. Volume One:
Pasto and Dari titles. Volume Two: English and European languages.
Wahab, Shaista. Lincoln, Neb.: Dageforde Publishers, 1995-2000.
ISBN: 1886225079 (v.1), 1886225516 (v.2). Please Note: v.2 is
digitized. Researchers can download the entire bibliography here. Full list of digitized materials(English Language) at the Arthur Paul Afghanistan Collection. List includes the following publications: Kabul Times
The Arthur Paul Afghanistan Collection at the University of Nebraska "is the largest collection of Afghan materials in the country." Collection description: "Mr. Paul [1898-1976] served as an economic advisor to the Royal Government of Afghanistan from 1960 to 1965. During his service in Afghanistan, he collected Afghanistan materials for his private library. His collection of Afghanistan materials included published and unpublished materials on all subjects and disciplines pertaining to Afghanistan. The University Library has made extensive efforts to further enrich the collection. Currently the Arthur Paul Afghanistan Collection holds more than 12,000 titles. The Collection contains materials on all subject areas pertaining to Afghan life and culture which includes economics, education, folklore, law, agriculture, language, architecture, geology, geography, history and literature. Documents in this collection are in more than 24 different languages. However, the majority of the materials are in English, Persian/Dari, and Pashto languages."