“Many individuals and campus offices have generously contributed their time and documentary resources to this project, but a few individuals have made contributions far beyond the call of duty. In particular I'd like to offer my greatest appreciation to Rose Minetti of Archives and Manuscripts and Heather Knowles of Library Instruction, Systems and Technology, who effectively collaborated on this excellent blend of historical content and technological wizardry. Sue McNamara of Archives and Manuscripts assisted on many aspects of the project. Drew Henschen, student employee of Library Instruction, Systems and Technology, scanned most of the images and manipulated the text. Dean Sherrie Schmidt of University Libraries has consistently supported University Archives' dreams and aspirations. Tim Trumble of Media Relations and Mark Brand of Intercollegiate Athletics shared important documentary content with us. Many others have reviewed exhibit text and presentations and offered positive and useful feedback. Thanks to all of our collaborators for making this lasting tribute to the history and culture of Arizona State University.”
Department of Archives and Manuscripts, Arizona State University Libraries
Principals and Presidents text
Library Instructions, Systems and Technology (LIST), A.S.U. Libraries
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The Department of Archives and Manuscripts manages five distinctive research repositories of primary source materials: The Arizona Collection documents the history of Arizona and the American Southwest and specializes in papers and photographs of US Congressmen from Arizona, water resource development and mining; The Chicano Research Collection preserves Mexican American history and culture, with concentration in political activism and labor history in Arizona and the Southwest; The Labriola National American Indian Data Center collects material on all Native American and Alaska Native tribes with emphasis on their language and education; The Benedict Visual Literacy Collection documents research in visual communication and visual education, and also serves as the archive for the Internationals Visual Literacy Association (IVLA); University Archives preserves evidence of the history and development of Arizona State University.