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Special Collections

Guidelines

Interest in donation of materials

If you wish to discuss the donation of materials, please contact:

Steve Towne
IUPUI University Library
Special Collections and Archives
755 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: (317) 278-3445
Email: setowne@iupui.edu

Transfer of Records

In order to ensure the orderly transfer of records to the Archives, the following documents are available for current donors:

Last updated by lcalvert on 04/02/2014

Overview

The General Collections include the records and papers of organizations and individuals with ties to the University and/or Indianapolis.
Last updated by bburk on 04/23/2009

Guidelines

Interest in donation of materials

If you wish to discuss the donation of materials, please contact:

Todd J. Daniels-Howell, Head, Special Collections and Archives
IUPUI University Library
Special Collections and Archives
755 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Phone: (317) 274-0466
Email: tjdaniel@iupui.edu

Last updated by bburk on 04/23/2009

Overview

The German-American Collections include the records of national and local immigrant organizations, as well as the papers of local families. Particularly significant are the national and local records of the North American Turners, a social organization of German origin whose focus is physical fitness and sports and the propagation of German culture.
Last updated by bburk on 04/23/2009

Guidelines

Interest in donation of materials

If you wish to discuss the donation of materials, please contact:

Todd Daniels-Howell 
IUPUI University Library 
Special Collections and Archives
755 West Michigan St.
Indianapolis, IN  46202 

Phone:  (317) 274-0466 
Email:  tjdaniel@iupui.edu

Transfer of Records

In order to ensure the orderly transfer of records to the Archives, the following documents are available for current donors:

Last updated by lcalvert on 04/02/2014

Overview

The Philanthropy Archives is building a premier research collection to document the history of the philanthropic tradition.   The Archives is used by scholars, researchers, and practitioners studying the not-for-profit sector.  Through the research that the Archives makes possible, we hope to enhance our understanding not only of the not-for-profit sector and its practices, but of the role of philanthropy in society as well.  It includes the historical records of organizations and individuals that have worked as advocates for the nonprofit sector, fund raising firms that help nonprofit organizations raise money, foundations and individual philanthropists, and nonprofit organizations that provide social services, particularly in central Indiana. These collections also provide a wide scope of research materials dealing with social, historical, political, educational, and ethnic developments and changes in the United States during the twentieth century.

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Collection currently being processed.

For more information on the availability of the collection for research, please contact the Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives at (317) 274-0464 or email the Archives at speccoll@iupui.edu.
Last updated by bburk on 03/23/2009

IUPUI University Archives Contacts

Stephen E. Towne
Assistant University Archivist
IUPUI University Library
Special Collections and Archives
UL 0117A
755 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 278-3445
(317) 274-0464
setowne@iupui.edu

 

Last updated by bburk on 03/19/2009

Ordering Information

  1. Complete an Image Permission and Use Agreement  if intended use of ordered images requires such permission. See our Copyright page for more information on fair use and permissions. Permission may involve commercial use fees.

    For current estimates of services and prices go to the Special Collections and Archives Services Price List

Last updated by bburk on 03/25/2009

Explanation of Transmittal/Inventory Form

Transferring Office Information
The department/office name including the name of person, address and phone number for person responsible for the records. This person will be contacted if further information about the records is needed for a complete and informed evaluation of the records.
Records Information
Title of records:
Title by which this group of records is commonly known.
Last updated by bburk on 03/02/2009