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    Copyright Information

    Any copies made from materials held by IUPUI University Library's Special Collections, including both Special Collections and Archives and the Joseph and Matthew Payton Philanthropic Studies Library, may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S. Code), which governs reproduction, distribution, public display, and certain other uses of protected works. Uses may be allowed with permission from the rights holder, or if the use is fair use or within another exception, or if the copyright on the work has expired.

    Last updated by bburk on 03/01/2009

    Duplicating Services

    General Information

    Materials housed in the Special Collections and Archives and in the Joseph and Matthew Payton Philanthropic Studies Library generally can be duplicated.

    Exceptions to this include:

    1. Materials that could be damaged by exposure in the duplication process.
    2. Materials restricted by agreement with the donor.
    3. Materials restricted due to copyright or other legal considerations.

    The Special Collections staff will determine if items may be duplicated and will duplicate requested material. Materials from the Payton Philanthropic Studies Library can be duplicated by patrons on the University Library's coin-operated machines.


    Faxing Services (For Special Collections only)

    Limit: 20 pages only.

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    Media Duplication Services (For Special Collections only)

    Audio

    $4.00/per hour of tape ($4.00 minimum charge)

    Video

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    Visitor's Information

    The Special Collections Team welcomes visitors year-round to use the resources of the Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives.

    As a general rule, please contact the Archives before your visit to determine if the information you require is available for research.


    Information about Indianapolis

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    General Collections

    The collections listed are only a portion of the materials held by the Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, and additional collections are added on a continuing basis. Catalog-level information about each of the collections can also be found in IUCAT, Indiana University Libraries' online catalog. For a complete listing of collections, contact Special Collections and Archives through Ask an Archivist.

    Collections:

    Last updated by bburk on 08/17/2010

    German-Americana Collections

    The collections listed are only a portion of the materials held by the Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, and additional collections are added on a continuing basis. Catalog-level information about each of the collections can also be found in IUCAT, Indiana University Libraries' online catalog. For a complete listing of collections, contact Special Collections and Archives through Ask an Archivist.

    Last updated by bburk on 08/06/2013

    About Us

    Welcome! The IUPUI University Library's Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives include the Manuscript Collections, University Archives, and Rare Books. These collections have been developed in relation to the teaching and research activities of the University and the community and are available to visiting scholars, the general public, and IUPUI faculty and students.

    The Manuscript Collections contain significant primary sources for the study of:

    Last updated by bburk on 03/01/2009

    American Association of Fund-Raising Counsel, Inc. Records, 1935-1992

    Accession A93-9
    10 Rolls of Microfilm
    Filmed March 1993 by Archival Survival, Inc.


    The American Association of Fund Raising Counsel, Inc. (AAFRC) records have been microfilmed as part of the Philanthropy Archives Project of the Department of Special Collections and Archives at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI). The filming has been made possible by a grant from the Indiana University Center on Philanthropy on behalf of the Lilly Endowment, Inc. and other donors. Elmsford, New York.


    Table of Contents

    Restrictions
    Historical Note
    Description of Records Filmed

    Restrictions

    1. Microfilm may not be reproduced without the written permission of the Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, University Library, 755 W. Michigan St., Indianapolis, IN 46202-5195, telephone: (317) 274-0464.

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    Collections

    The collections listed are only a portion of the materials held by the Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, and additional collections are added on a continuing basis. Catalog-level information about each of the collections can also be found in IUCAT, Indiana University Libraries' online catalog. For a complete listing of collections, contact Special Collections and Archives through Ask an Archivist .

     

    Last updated by bburk on 08/07/2013

    Digital Resources

    Digital Repositories

    eArchives
    An open access repository designed to store, index, preserve and redistribute the digital materials collected by the IUPUI University Library’s Special Collections and Archives
    FOLIO
    An online digital repository of foundation-sponsored research reports and publications covering the full scope of philanthropic activity
    PolicyArchive
    A comprehensive digital library of public policy research

     

    Last updated by bburk on 07/15/2013