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Special Collections

General Description & Policies

Located on the third floor of Cunningham Memorial Library, the Special Collections Department contains books, manuscripts, pamphlets, prints, photographs, maps, and memorabilia housed in 13 major collections and several repositories. Since 1973, Special Collections has provided a display and research facility for use of its holdings. In 1986, an extensive renovation took place which increased the size and functionality of Special Collections so that it could meet the needs of the University for years to come.

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Open Hours

Hours Open to Public
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Except for observed holidays
Call 812/237-2610 or e-mail a member of the department (see below) to arrange for tours or to inquire about access to the department and its holdings during non-open hours.
[If your browser-dependent e-mail client fails to work, use the provided form instead and direct it to the department or to an individual listed below.]

Wabash Valley Visions & Voices

Utilizing Contentdm, digital collection management software, the WV3 digital memory project presents media concerning the heritage of Wabash Valley residents from past to present. The material represents the selected holdings of an expanding group of regional participants. The ISU Library has contributed a significant amount of material to the project, much of it found in Special Collections. For information about the project , contact the project coordinator, librarian Cinda May, or phone 237-2534.

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