The Documenting Social Change Library Fund
"...to promote the acquisition, preservation of and access to materials that will enable scholars to obtain an understanding and historical perspective on the cultural, political, and social unrest that occurred in America from 1960 through the end of the Vietnam Era...the income shall be used for the support of the special collections with an emphasis on original materials that characterized the '60s...."
Contributions to the Documenting Social Change Library Fund will support the Southern Historical Collection in bringing the Fund's vision to fruition. Needs include staff devoted to acquisitions; funds for travel and shipping; occasional purchases of materials; support for arranging, describing, cataloging, and preserving material; and support for digitization.
Recently acquired collections of note (selected):
[Please click on the collection numbers to view the online finding aids for each collection.]
Donations to the fund or inquiries can be sent to Peggy Myers, Library Development Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Note: this list was last updated on June 11, 2007