repositories

Johns Hopkins University

Mailing Address:

The Sheridan Libraries
3400 N Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Phone: (410) 516-8348

E-mail: For Archives and Manuscripts: archives@lists.johnshopkins.edu
For Rare Books:
rarebooks@lists.johnshopkins.edu

Web: http://guides.library.jhu.edu/content.php?pid=205178&sid=1712296

Finding Aids:  http://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=004218934430203201611%3Affa3u8i9k_q

Access to Collections: http://guides.library.jhu.edu/content.php?pid=205178&sid=1712845

Hours of Service: Monday, Wednesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Tuesday, 10am-8pm

Overview

The University Archives contains record groups related to Hopkins history, a large photo collection, Johns Hopkins’ nationally broadcast television programs, and theses and dissertations. The Historical Manuscripts Collection focuses on individuals who have been associated with the Johns Hopkins University, in addition to a diverse array of material, from historic journals to avant-garde art. The rare book collection at the Eisenhower Library contains over 60,000 volumes, and is strongest in the humanities and social sciences.

Special Services

  • Cameras (at curator discretion)
  • Digital cameras (at curator discretion)
  • Photocopies
  • Photoduplication services
  • Scanning

Type of Materials

  • Architectural Documents
  • Artifacts
  • Audiovisual Materials
  • Books and Monographs
  • Digital Collections
  • Digital Exhibits
  • Exhibitions
  • Institutional Records
  • Maps
  • Musical Scores
  • Newspapers
  • Oral Histories
  • Personal Papers
  • Photographs
  • Primary Resources
  • Printed Ephemera
  • Prints and Drawings
  • Serials
  • Vertical File Material
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