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Archives and Special Collections' materials are stored in a secured area. Researchers may not bring any electronic devices (laptop, cell phone, smartwatch) into this area. Lockable drawers are available for patrons to store small electronic devices.
Backpacks and other large bags cannot be taken into the research area and must be stored outside or just inside the door.
All visitors without the necessary security clearance will be escorted by a staff member at all times while in the secure area.
Arrangements can be made if a patron wishes to use a personal electronic device to take notes or photograph materials. Please confirm with a staff member when making an appointment.
Facilities and Equipment
The Archives and Special Collections has a photocopier, flatbed scanner, overhead scanner, and microfilm reader. Additional microfilm readers are located on the first floor.
There are three study rooms for archival researchers to use on the third floor.