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Vanderbilt University. Special Collections and University Archives

419 21st Avenue South
Nashville, Tennessee 37203

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 615-322-2807

Repository URL: http://www.library.vanderbilt.edu/speccol/ External Link

Repository code: tnj

Repository description (extant): The mission of Special Collections and University Archives is to preserve, store and provide access to Vanderbilt University's impressive collection of rare books, manuscripts, photographs, and memorabilia. We also maintain and administer the institutional repository, DiscoverArchive, which preserves and stores the digital intellectual output of the Vanderbilt community.

Special Collections supplies primary resource material to a variety of local, national, and international scholars each year. It houses one of the finest twentieth-century Southern literature collections in the United States and is the center for the study of the Fugitive and Agrarian literary groups. Other popular subjects include Southern history and culture, women's issues, civil rights, religious studies, and performing arts.

Repository type: University Special Collection

Collections:

John Egerton papers
Robert Burns Eleazer papers
History of desegregation at Vanderbilt
Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative lecture series
Vandy goes to war
Voices of Vanderbilt: an oral history of Vanderbilt University

 

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