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University Archives

The University Archives collects and preserves the historical records of Drew University, and is located in the Rose Memorial Library building, Level G, Room 313.  Materials from University Archives collections can be brought over to the Methodist Archives Reading Room for your convenience.  Archival collections include, but are not limited to, the non-current permanent records of the Theological School, Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, and College of Liberal Arts; complete runs of Drew publications including the student newspaper The Acorn and the Drew Magazine; a photographic record of buildings, people, and events on campus; and faculty biographies.  The University Archives also collects and preserves memorabilia related to Drew University.

Civil Rights at Drew: The Barbershop Protests Revisited
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Spring Awakening

Remembering Drew in the 1960s

Dissertations and Theses

Contact Matthew Beland, the University Archivist, to request materials: mbeland@drew.edu

Drew University’s 150th Anniversary 2017

Explore the online exhibit

Browse Our Collections

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