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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.
Multicultural Services and Program’s Conversation Corner is dedicated to starting conversations about hard to talk about topics. 6pm Monday February 12, Library Events AreaRead more.
posted Monday February 12, 2018
02/05/2017 – Paragraph 175 Film & Discussion (6:00-8:00 pm) Library Events Area Shortly after the Nazis became the only legal party in the Third Reich, homosexual men and women became the target of police raids and interrogation. Under a section of the existing 1871 German Penal code, known as Paragraph 175, made sexual acts between …
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posted Wednesday January 31, 2018
Celebrate National Handwriting Day at Cunningham Memorial Library DO you take notes on a laptop, or by hand? Studies of college-aged students show that writing by hand is a big benefit over typing notes into your laptop. Did you know that your signature is unique? Did you know that many bloggers and writers believe that …Read more.
posted Friday January 19, 2018