Through a partnership with the University Archives, the Student Newspaper, and the Internet Archives, we are able to share our historic newspaper collection. At almost 1,100 issues, this collection showcases the history of both Purdue North Central and Purdue Calumet through the eyes of our students. This collection is available to anyone with internet access and are open for research. They can be found at this url. https://archive.org/detail/purdueuniversitynorthwestlibrary
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the University Archives at anytime.
The Purdue University Northwest Archives and Special Collections mission is to identify, collect, preserve, and make accessible to researchers materials of enduring value that document the history, culture, scholarship, advancements, and achievements of the university’s faculty, staff, and students
What is an Archive and Special Collection?
Our department holds books, documents, photographs and other items that are either very old, fragile, rare, or important to Purdue University Calumet, Purdue University North Central, and Purdue University Northwest history. Many of these resources are irreplaceable, so our policies and procedures are different from the rest of the University Libraries. Finding Aids are used to find archival items.
Barker Mansion, 1954
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