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Archives and Special Collections: Welcome

A guide to historical materials housed in the Northeastern University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Department.

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Welcome

This research guide allows you to locate information on the collections held by the Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections. These collections can be accessed using the tabs above. 

Access our over 64,000 records of digitized archival material by visiting our digital repository service page. There you can browse archival records from the Northeastern Archives including records like The Cauldron yearbook, or the Onyx Informer newspaper. You can also browse our digitized Special Collections which include records that tell the story of the Roxbury, Chinatown, South End, Mission Hill, Fenway, and East Boston neighborhoods. 

If you are interesting in scheduling a class or workshop with the Archives and Special Collections, please visit our Teaching With Archives page to learn more and contact Reference and Outreach Archivist, Molly Brown with any questions. 

 

 

 

Reference and Outreach Archivist