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The Museum of Computer Adventure Game History
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in Toronto, Canada is one of the largest collections of adventure and role-playing games and supplements in existence.
The site focuses on comprehensive scans and photos of various books and boxes from a bygone era. Perhaps true to the era of games the museum celebrates, it takes a little bit of self-directed digging but it's not long before you uncover some neat treasures unlikely to be found anywhere else (like a complete collection of the mid-80's fanzine Questbusters Journal
Somewhat Related: The Play-Generated Map and Document Archive
of Texas A&M which is full of donated player character sheets and dungeon master maps and a valuable window into what roleplaying games were like decades ago.