Changes in hours due to Presidential Inauguration and Epic Symposium
We will be closed during Early Semester Break (October 12-15). Please see the "Hours" tab for more detailed information.
Friends Collection Hours and Policies
Our hours change from the ones listed below during breaks and for other expected and unexpected reasons. Please see our "Hours" page for the most up to date and accurate information.
Our normal hours are listed below. Because we are a Special Collections Library and Archive, our hours are different from the rest of the library. Please check our hours carefully to make sure we will be open for your visit.
The Earlham Libraries do not typically allow holds to be placed on materials; we follow this practice as well. However, if you need an item from the collection and the hours listed below and on our "Hours" page simply do not work for you, please contact Jenny Freed directly by e-mail or phone (765-983-1743) to see if a special accommodation can be made.
Summer Break Hours
Monday-Friday: 9-12, 1-4
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
We close for lunch between 12 and 1 weekdays.
We may close unexpectedly due to meetings or other unexpected events. Please contact us ahead of time if you are traveling to research with us.
Welcome to the Friends Collection and Earlham College Archives. The Friends Collection includes the college's books and periodicals on Quakerism, manuscripts related to Friends, and Earlham College historical materials. We welcome anyone interested in our collections to visit us.
Search across our finding aids (inventories) for manuscript collections both college related and Quaker related, as well as an index of Indiana Yearly Meeting Minutes
The majority of our collections have not been digitized. Individual items -- documents, photographs, etc. -- usually cannot be viewed online. We do accept digitization requests, but fees may apply.
We are always happy to answer your questions! You can e-mail or call Jenny Freed or Tom Hamm at any time. To aid you, we've included our areas of expertise below.
|Tom Hamm||Jenny Freed|
|Quaker History||Earlham College Records|
|Genealogy||Quaker Records and Holdings|
We recommend that you submit questions in writing.
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