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The Chatham University Archives & Special Collections are open to all students, faculty, staff, alumni and the public.
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We offer both in-class instruction sessions and tours of the Archives and Special Collections. Faculty can contact the Archivist for more details.
The University Archives housed in the Jennie King Mellon Library at Chatham University serves to collect, preserve, and make available records and information of continuing value to the Chatham community. These materials document the history and growth of Chatham University from a small women's college to a thriving coeducational institution and highlight the activities of Chatham's faculty, staff, students, and alumni. In support of the university's educational mission, we strive to work closely with faculty and provide students with opportunities to learn about the research value of archival materials.
updated 6:34 AM 8/12/2015
ARCHIVES NOTECARD SETS
Open Research Hours:
Contact the Archivist to Schedule Virtual and In-Person Research Appointments.
Contact Archivist Molly Tighe
for more information.