Lilly Library Closed July 4th through July 8th
Due to the holiday and construction work, Lilly Library and the Friends Collection & College Archives will be closed the week of July 4th -July 8th.
We plan to re-open on Monday July 11th.
Since our Archivist is on sabbatical through August 12th, 2022, our unique archival collections are not available for research this summer. If you need assistance with circulating materials before August 12th, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to the Earlham Friends Collection, College Archives, and Permanent Art Collection. The Friends Collection includes the college's books, periodicals, and manuscripts on Quakerism. The College Archives is home to Earlham College historical materials. The Earlham College Permanent Art Collection (ECPAC) encompasses both a teaching collection for hands-on use and a permanent collection of art and artifacts for scholarly research and curated public exhibitions.
On-Campus Visitors: Students, Staff, and Faculty
These hours and services are for on-campus students, faculty, and staff only. If you are an off-campus researcher (Alumnus, Genealogist, Researcher), see below.
Since our Archivist is on sabbatical through August 12th, 2022, our unique archival collections are not available for research this summer.
The books in our Reading Room will be available for research:
If you need assistance with circulating materials before August 12th, please email email@example.com. Our archival materials will be unavailable until mid-August.
Note: All patrons are required to wear masks when visiting the Archive and must keep them on for the duration of their visit with us.
Since our Archivist is on sabbatical through August 12th, 2022, most of our research services are unavailable. Researchers seeking specific materials from our Reading Room are welcome to use these items during our open hours (see above). These items have call numbers that begin with "Friends Collection Main" or "Friends Genealogy Collection." We are unable to answer more general questions (e.g. "I'm looking for information on my great grandfather" or "I'm seeking any materials on Quaker abolitionists from Terre Haute"), or questions that involve use of archival materials.
If you have questions about our current services, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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