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African American Primary Resources in the Special Collections Research Center: Introduction

Sources found in the University of Kentucky Libraries.

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS RESEARCH CENTER

Phone: (859) 257-1742

Fax:  (859) 257-6311

Make An Appointment

 

  • Special Collections materials do not circulate (no check-out).
  • All visitors must sign in.
  • Free, secure lockers provided for book bags, purses, & other belongings. 
  • No food or drink permitted.
  • Use only pencils in the Research Room.

Special Collections: a guide for locating primary sources, by Deirdre Scaggs.

WHAT IS THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS RESEARCH CENTER?

The Special Collections Research Center collects and preserves materials of historical significance to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and supports the academic programs at the University of Kentucky. These materials include information about African Americans.

Robert Boggs 1828 Slave Deed

Librarian

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Reinette F. Jones
Contact:
Rm 403, King Library Building

Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0456

(859) 257-6042