Special Collections Division
Primary sources in the East Carolina Manuscript Collection, the Rare Book Collection, the Hoover Collection on International Communism, the Stuart Wright Collection, and the James H. and Virginia Schlobin Literature of the Fantastic Collection provide rich opportunities for research by students, faculty members, genealogists, local historians, and visiting scholars.
One of the state's major repositories dedicated to the study of North Carolina, its culture, and its people, and is the only one to emphasize the eastern region of the state.
Digital Collections is your gateway to thousands of images, texts, and recordings from the Joyner Library's rich holdings.
The conservation lab supports the Special Collections Division by preserving and treating the historical materials in its collections.
Wright Brothers

Please note
From May 16 through July 29 the Special Collections department will be open but not staffed on weekends. Weekend use of Manuscripts, Rare Books, and University Archives materials is by appointment only. Please call 328-6601 by 4:00 pm the Thursday before the weekend in question.

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The University Archives appraises, preserves, and makes accessible historical records concerning all aspects of East Carolina University’s past. University Archives serves the university community by acting as a final, central repository for items related to the administrative, academic, legal, fiscal, social, and cultural interactions of the individuals, departments, and programs present on campus since 1907.
A guide to select holdings of the Special Collections Division, arranged by subject with descriptions of each area of emphasis.

Special Collections Division - Joyner Library

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