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ENGWRT 1750: Senior Seminar in Nonfiction

This guide is designed to help students in professor Jennifer Lee's spring 2017 Senior Seminar in Nonfiction.

Welcome to Special Collections

The Special Collections Department is the general designation for rare books, general manuscripts, and special collections which belong to the University of Pittsburgh. Established in 1966, the collections consists of over 52,000 physical volumes, 560 linear feet of manuscripts and archives, 13,000 photographs, 500,000 theatre programs, and various slides, microfilms, posters, recordings, ephemera, and memorabilia. Materials collected by the Special Collections Department are housed in both Hillman Library and the Library Collections Storage Unit (LCSU) in Point Breeze. 

Search and Browse


Search both digitized material as well as finding aids for all of the ULS archival and manuscript holdings. A separate search on finding aids will provide you with background information and an inventory of the records found within our archival and manuscript collections. See our Guide to Using the Archives for information on how to use our finding aids!

Browse Our Digital Collections

Browse Our Finding Aids

 

An Introduction to our Policies and Procedures

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