Tuskegee University Archives Repository
The University Archives includes material documenting the history and growth of Tuskegee University. Books (including faculty publications), manuscripts, Tuskegee University periodicals and newspapers, ephemera, photographic images, disc and tape recordings, and other archival items are available for research under supervised conditions.
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Gulf Coast Historical Review Full-Text Archives now available online
The Tuskegee University Archives are pleased to announce that the 20-year print run of the Gulf Coast Historical Review (1985-2006) is now available in full through the Tuskegee University Archives website. Individual issues are available for browsing and viewing online in PDF format; all issues are also indexed and available for full-text searches through the website search box.
To browse the collection, visit the Gulf Coast Historical Review collection. To search issues in the collection, use the search box at the top of each page; for example, you can browse the search results page for references to "Tuskegee.".
Historic Civil Rights movement audio recordings featuring Dr. King, Abernathy, Shuttlesworth, K.L. Buford and Others
In honor of Black History Month for 2017, the Tuskegee University Libraries are pleased to announce a series of newly digitized audio files available on the Tuskegee University Archives website during the week of February 13. The tapes include never-before-heard speeches by Jackie Robinson, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Muhammad Ali. [more...]
Booker T. Washington Collections
Why go to the Library of Congress to do research on Booker T. Washington? We have the complete set of the same microfilm that they have. We also have over 300 boxes of materials specific to his work, materials regarding the National Negro Business League and the National Negro Health Week. View the Guide to the Papers of Booker T. Washington (Tuskegee), the Papers of Booker T. Washington finding aid (Library of Congress), Booker T. Washington biographical sketch, and our digitized materials about Booker T. Washington.
Civil Rights Audio Tapes on Shared Shelf Commons
We have continued to add to our large collection of audio tapes located on Shared Shelf Commons. These audio tapes were digitized from reel to reel tapes made during the Civil Rights Movement. They contain important speeches and images featuring a variety of Civl Rights Icons. [more...]
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