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Taylor Memorial Library Archives: Plan a Visit

 

Centenary University Archives is located downstairs in Taylor Memorial Library.  The archives holds collections and materials related to the history of Centenary. Materials do not circulate and can only be viewed in the library.  Archives staff are available to help researchers identify photographs, publications, and other documents related to Centenary, which are used primarily for classroom demonstrations, research and exhibits.

Visits to the Archives must be made by appointment via phone, form, or e-mail. In-person requests for certain types of material may also be handled at the main desk in Taylor Memorial Library.  Reference staff are available during library hours and may be reached by phone, form, e-mail:

908-852-1400 x2345

Archival Research Request Form

libraryarchives@centenaryuniversity.edu

Often, inaccessible materials can be scanned and made available.  Please contact the Archives directly with specific questions or research requests. 


              Contact us!

               Colleen Bain, Archivist
               (908) 852-1400 x2244

               Wendi Blewett, Archival Assistant
               (908) 852-1400 x2161

               libraryarchives@centenaryuniversity.edu