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Finding ASU History

Basic tools for finding ASU history materials

Other Sources for Campus History Information

Publications: ASU Library Catalog

News coverage: ASU News (ca. 2009-2015)

News coverage: ASU Newspaper Index (ca. 1987-2014)

Ephemera, Photographs, Archival: University Archives Index

Archival Collections: Arizona Archives Online

Record call numbers for items or MSS/ACC #'s and Box #'s for archival materials and request access through Ask An Archivist. INFO files described in the University Archives Index are available on a walk-in basis in the Wurzburger Reading Room, Hayden Library, Tempe campus. 

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