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Audio/Visual Media Collection (1920s-2011):
This collection contains a variety of visual media: reel to reel tapes, Beta, VHS, and DVD. The media contain everything from commencement & baccalaureate to campus speakers to alumni events to commercials.
Biographical Collection (1844-present):
This collection is primarily comprised of files and news releases from Public Relations. Also included are copies of newspaper clippings and other compiled material about Carroll faculty, staff, alums, and trustees.
Ephemera Collection (1883-present):
This is a collection of various Carroll memorabilia. Includes buttons/pins, fabric items, hats, shirts, china, silver, etc.
Scrapbook & Photo Album Collection (1902-2006):
The Carroll University Scrapbook Collection contains the scrapbooks and photo albums compiled by various Carroll alumni, faculty, and staff. Each contains pictures, newspaper clippings, and paraphernalia from Carroll’s History. Most have been donated by relatives and are now housed in the Carroll University Archives.
Student Organizations Collection (1854-Present):
The Philomathean Society, founded in 1856, was the first student organization at Carroll. The importance of student organizations to student life has only grown over the decades with dozens of groups in existence today. This collection contains the meeting minutes, scrapbooks, and documents of many groups that have come and gone at Carroll and helped define its history.
Student Publications and Writing (1854-present):
Encompasses all student publications including The Carroll College Student (1854-1856), The Carroll Echo (1874-1968), The Perspective (1968-1976), The New Perspective (1976-2011), The Philomathæan Magazine (1856-1857), The Carroll Magazine (1857), alternative newspapers, and magazines. The collection also includes student writing and class notes. Many of the student newspapers have been digitized and are text-searchable: Student Newspaper Digital Collection.
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