Juvenile Historic Collection
The Juvenile Historic Collection, located on the first floor of the Mardigian Library, originated as the May G. Quigley Collection and has since grown to include significant gifts from the Balbach family, Patricia Bravender, and Susan M. Steele.
The Campus Archives, located in the Mardigian Library, includes historical records generated by the University in the course of daily operations, including student publications and items from administrative offices.
The Voice/Vision Archive contains approximately 300 interviews with survivors of the Jewish holocaust, including more than 50 interviews available online as transcripts or sound recordings through the Archives web site. The Voice/Vision Archive is located on the 4th floor of the Mardigian Library.
The Armenian Research Center, housed in the Academic Support Center, includes over 47,000 books, articles, DVDs and other materials related to the field of Armenian studies.
The Curriculum Lab is a special center and library providing resources and/or services for those university students wishing to become elementary or secondary teachers. The resources found in the Curriculum Lab assist the pre-service teacher in understanding the full scope of what is necessary to become an exemplary teacher.
The Library's digital bookplates provide a permanent link in the online catalog for titles acquired through the generosity of our donors. Contributions from our donors help us reach the highest level of excellence in the collections and services we deliver to UM-Dearborn students, faculty, and alumni.
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