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The Winthrop University Archives is the memory center for all university records of historical significance. It preserves a variety of materials relating to the origin and development of Winthrop, and to the achievements of its officers, faculty, staff, alumni and students. Of special interest are correspondence, photographs, administrative records, speeches and business files that document the work of the University and its components. Please also visit our online Digitized Collections.
A few of the types of collections included within the University Archives are:
Many of these records would be lost or destroyed without the Archives’ efforts to preserve them. By storing inactive records in a safe place, the Archives provide an invaluable resource for future reference.