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University of Massachusetts Boston. Archives and Special Collections

Healey Library
Boston, Massachusetts 02125

Email: elizabeth.mock@umb.edu

Phone: 617-287-5944

Repository URL: http://www.lib.umb.edu/node/38 External Link

Repository description (extant): The mission and history of the university guide the collecting activities of Archives and Special Collections. The department also gathers material that is complementary to our neighboring archival institutions, the Massachusetts State Archives and the John F. Kennedy Library. The university's urban mission and strong support of community service is reflected in the department's collections of records of urban planning, social action, alternative movements, and community organizations. Archives and Special Collections has also built collections to support student and faculty research interests. Additionally, the location of the campus in the Dorchester section of Boston has prompted the department to make available sources for the study of Dorchester history.

The Archives and Special Collections Department has also assumed curatorial responsibility for the archival and manuscripts collections acquired by the university's William Joiner Center for the Study of War and Social Consequences that relate to the study of the Vietnam War.

Repository type: University Special Collection

Collections:

Hayden, Robert C.: transcripts of oral history interviews
WGBH Educational Foundation, Vietnam project: records

 

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