Serials and Journals Collection
Scope and Contents
The Serials and Journals Collection consists of over 200 University-produced publications, past and current, reflecting a wide range of academic and campus-related activity. Each entry represents one title and includes, where appropriate and available, date span, alternate titles, and annotations about its content. Each entry represents a full or partial set of the publication. Not all editions of each publication have been consistently transferred to the Archives over time, as practices have varied among creating offices. Where available, the name of the University-based creating office, unit, department or college is included in brackets following the title. These publications are arranged alphabetically by title in the Archives' serials and journals section. Titles followed by a Library of Congress classification number in bold are in the adjacent Archives' cataloged section.
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Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright restrictions may apply; please consult Special Collections staff for further information.
160.00 linear feet
Method of Acquisition
These materials have been transferred to the University Archives at various times. Guide posted to the Internet March 2008.
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