Archive, Manuscript & Rare Book collections are accessed in Olin Library at the Special Collections reading room.
HOURS: Monday - Friday 9:00-5:00 by appointment
LOCATION: Olin Library, 1st floor, Danforth Campus
REQUESTS / APPOINTMENTS: 314-935-5495 email@example.com
*collections stored offsite require advance notice for retrieval and use
Questions about a specific topic? Contact:
University Archives: Sonya Rooney
Rare Books: Cassie Brand
Manuscript: Joel Minor
Local History: Miranda Rectenwald
Modern Graphic History Library: Skye Lacerte
Film & Media Archive: Andy Uhrich
This guide contains an overview of collections at the Department of Special Collections at WU Libraries that include primary sources broadly related to the emergence of an “international community” in the 19th and 20th century. Topics include human rights, supranational institutions such as the United Nations, influence of the media / journalists, anti-imperialism, and transregional history.
Archival collections are located in various departments of the WU Libraries.
These collections are located in various departments of the WU Libraries.
Further guides to library resources: