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University Archives & Special Collections   Tags: archives, digital collections, special collections  

Learn about the types of resources kept within the Archives and what services are available to students, faculty, staff, and community members.
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Please call ahead to inform us of your research needs!
Jennifer Greene, Reference/Archives Librarian
Phone: (812) 464-1832
Deanna Engler,
University Archives/Special Collections Library Associate
Phone: (812) 465-1643
Hours of Operation:
Closed on Weekends


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What are the University Archives/Special Collections?

Located on the third floor of the David L. Rice Library, the collection consists of personal papers, business, organizational, and governmental records. Included are diaries and journals, correspondence, literary manuscripts, art work, account books, minutes of business firms and organizations, scrapbooks and newsletters, photographs and memorabilia.

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If you need additional help with your research or simply have a quick question, Ask Us! 
Phone: 812-464-1907
Phone (Toll Free): 1-800-246-6173


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