Below is a list of finding aids for the La Salle University Archives collections which are available for research. Each finding aid provides some historical background, a summary of the contents of the collection, and a folder inventory. Click on the collection title to view the finding aid.
We have many additional collections in the University Archives beyond what is listed below. If you have any questions about La Salle University history or about collections in the Archives, please contact the University Archives at email@example.com.
Many publications in the Archives have been digitized and are available through Digital Commons, the library's institutional repository.
The Photograph Collection consists of thousands of images that document the history of La Salle from the early 20th century to the present.
The collection features both black and white and color images of campus scenes, buildings, university events, athletic teams, student organizations, classroom scenes, faculty and staff portraits, and more.
The bulk of the photographs were produced by the campus News Bureau, Athletics staff, Yearbook staff, or University Marketing and Communications. The collection includes some photographs that were donated by student organizations or individual members of the campus community.
Please see the Photograph Collection finding aid for an inventory.
The University Archives holds sound recordings and videos from the Athletics Departments, La Salle TV, and University Events. For more information or to access these materials, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.