Welcome to the Archives! This guide is intended to support your LGBT 200 research.
Table of Contents:
1. Home- This is the page you're on now. Review this page for information on how to get to the archives, what to expect when you get there, and how to get in touch with an archivist.
2. AIDS Activism-This page of the guide lists the four archival collections you can choose from for your assignment. Read descriptions of each collection and find links to the finding aids that you need to find sources for your project.
3. Research Tips- This page contains useful tips for conducting primary source research
We are located on the second floor of the Golda Meir Library in Room W250; to get here, take the main stairs up to the second floor, go through the first set of double doors on your right, and we will be right there.
Bring a photo ID for the registration process
Bring something to take notes and/or photos
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Archives preserve unique, often irreplaceable documents that help tell important stories about the past. To make sure others get a chance to use our collections please keep the following out of your work area in the reading room
When you come to the Archives for the first time, staff will have you fill out a registration form (attached below). By signing this form, you are agreeing to follow the following rules: