Lehigh University Special Collections welcomes donations in the areas of our scope of collecting. These are memorabilia, artifacts and archives concerning:
We are unable to accept donations of materials that are badly damaged, molded, outside our scope of collecting or that duplicate other items in the collection; however, would be glad to advice on where and how to donate them.
The Special Collections Librarian looks forward to speaking with you about potential donations. Please contact Ilhan Citak at email@example.com or by telephone at 610-758-4506.
Financial contributions are welcomed to help preserve your donation. Giving to the Libraries page contains more information about gift policies.
The University Archives, as part of Special Collections, serves as the institutional memory of Lehigh University by preserving a variety of records, documents, publications, memorabilia and other materials. When kept unattended in closets, basements, and corners, official and historical records are inaccessible and can easily be overlooked, lost or destroyed. But, if records of permanent historical, administrative, fiscal and/or legal value are transferred in an orderly way, the University Archives can provide safe storage, quick retrieval of files when needed, and assistance with information or research requests.
All the records, including electronic records, should be properly labeled and include information on the creator or office where the records originated from, date span of the records, and a description of the contents. For assistance, contact Special Collections.