Faculty Orientation to UMD Archives and Special Collections
Questions may be addressed to UMD Archivist and Special Collections Curator,
Patricia Maus, UMD Library Annex 202, M-F 8:00-noon, 1:15-4:30.
The archivist can provide orientation to archives resources for faculty or for your students to enhance course content or research methods. Call or email questions. We can discuss types of resources that are available, and we can coordinate our calendars.
UMD Library Archives and Special Collections
From this page you can link to each special collection.
One special collection provides local history resources. It is called
Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections
It is regularly used by faculty to teach the history and development of Duluth, the history and development of photography, underrepresented populations, social issues, and more.
The Ramseyer-Northern Bible Society
This special collection was a gift to the Library in 1979, it holds more than 1,800 volumes in 410 languages and many formats. It includes a 1611 King James Version and a Gutenberg facsimile.
It is regularly used by faculty to teach the history and development of the codex and the craft of printing.
The university archivist maintains the history of the campus. To this end, the archivist maintains a biographical file on all faculty and staff. Please send your CV or your Resume, and a portrait photograph, to Pat Maus at your convenience in either digital form or as a paper copy using campus mail. Add anything you wish to your file: publications, awards, service, travel, grants, research, hobbies, family — anything the researching public may be allowed to know of your career and interests.
If you have questions, please call or email Pat Maus.
Last modified September 2013
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