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ISU's Special Collections Department houses 13 major collections and several repositories that contain books, manuscripts, pamphlets, prints, photographs, maps, and memorabilia. We are open to the public.
University Archives serves as the designated repository for material of historic, legal or administrative value. We collect, preserve, and make accessible a wide variety of material ranging from ISUs foundation in 1865 to the present.
Containing approximately 4,000 works of art, the Permanent Art Collection is available to classes and the public any time through a searchable online database or in person upon request.
Digital Initiatives is a part of the Special Collections Department of the Cunningham Memorial Library. Digital Initiatives includes the Digitization Laboratory, where we digitize photos, documents, slides, as well as audio and visual items. We are also the home of Sycamore Scholars and Wabash Valley Visions and Voices Digital Memory Project.
Library Dean Robin Crumrin to ISU Library staff, Tuesday, August 15, 2017 12:42pm: Our students are returning next week. The reprehensible events in Charlottesville, Virginia may be a part of the conversations they will want to have with faculty and staff. The statement I am including from Jim Neal, American Library Association President, represents my …Read more.
posted Wednesday August 16, 2017
Cunningham Memorial Library in conjunction with the ISU Sesquicentennial Committee has planned a special evening on November 9 paying tribute to Joseph Schick and the Schick Lecture Series and the Warren Cordell family and the Cordell Collection. Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett, co-hosts of NPR’s popular lexicography show, “A Way with Words,” will provide the …
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posted Thursday July 06, 2017
Graphic novels are now on the south side of the browsing books. Video games are now where the graphic novels were housed. Documentaries are where the games were placed. Animation dvds are now where the documentaries were located. The relocations were made to allow space for growth.Read more.
posted Thursday June 29, 2017