Answered By: Lori Nyce
Last Updated: Feb 02, 2022     Views: 70

The library has an Archives which is located on the ground floor.  Located in the Archives are rare books, newspapers, magazines, catalogs, yearbooks, documents, photographs, films and other historical materials concerning Lebanon Valley College and the surrounding community.  Many of the items in the Archives are cataloged, so the items will be listed in the library catalog.  The Archives is not open to the public, and the items are only available for in-house use.  To arrange a time to view an item that is in Archives, contact Maureen Bentz

Bishop Library has also digitized a number of items including LVC Yearbooks, Catalogs, The Valley Magazine, La Vie Collegienne newspapers and other publications.   College Catalogs (1866-present), College Center Catalogs (1951-1956), Department of Music Bulletin (1925-1941), Extension School Announcements or Extension, Saturday & Evening Class Bulletin (1922-1949), Finance Committee Reports & Supplements (1923-1945), Summer School Bulletin or Numbers (1921-1955) may be found here.

LVC Yearbooks (the Quittie) and the La Vie Collegienne newspaper may be found at the Internet Archive.

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