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University of Connecticut. University Libraries. Thomas J. Dodd Research Center

405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205
Storrs, Connecticut 06269

Email: [email protected]

Fax: 860-486-4521

Phone: 860-486-4500

Repository URL: http://doddcenter.uconn.edu/ External Link

Repository code: ctu

Repository description (extant): Collections of original source materials for research in the humanities and social sciences comprise the foundation upon which the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center is built.

Archives & Special Collections preserves and makes accessible records of historic and enduring value, including manuscripts, organizational records, early printed books, broadsides, photographs, artists books, audio visual materials, the University Archives, and unique items that require special handling.

Collection inventories and finding aids reveal the strengths and depth of its holdings, as well as the variety of formats of collection materials. Collection inventories provide meaningful information about the creator of the collection, the hierarchy and arrangement of the materials, and descriptions of collection contents.

Information about books, journals, pamphlets and other publications housed in the Dodd Research Center is available in the Libraries' online catalog, HOMER.

Repository type: University Special Collection

Collections:

University of Connecticut, Center for Oral History interviews collection
Hoffman family papers

 

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