Special Collections contains splendid resources for historical, literary and archival research. Many of the collections consist of primary sources which were created by eyewitnesses. First-hand accounts are valuable to the researcher. Frequently these sources were created when an event happened. Although created later, autobiographies and memoirs are also primary sources.
Primary sources include the following:
Primary sources can also be found in publications, like newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and government documents.
For anyone not able to visit, questions may also be answered by email or telephone.
Phone: (610) 921-7216