3) We will pull the materials and you may view them in the reading room. Our materials do not circulate, but there are also a number of great sources in the circulating collection that may be useful resources, as well. We've identified just a couple of them, and they're highlighted in purple on this page.
The Center for Archival Collections is home to the University Archives of BGSU. We're also the regional repository for local history and government resource materials (of northwest Ohio); Genealogy, Rare Books and Manuscripts, and the Historical Collections of the Great Lakes.
LITERATURE: POETRY [from our rare books collection]
--MS 1134 - Julius & Janice Bulley Papers (Bulley Peace Archive)
(copied from the finding aid) The papers of the Julian and Janice Bulley Family consists of 6 linear ft. of minor correspondence, memo books, news clippings, subject files, and printed material related to family involvement in civil rights, social activist, and anti-war movements of the period of the late 1960s through the 1970s.
For all requests for CAC materials, please visit us on the 5th fl. of the library. Additional contact info is below:
Frederick Douglass' Paper
"This collection presents two publications by nineteenth-century American social reformer, orator, writer and statesman, Frederick Douglass: Frederick Douglass’ Paper (1851-1863 – complete through December 1855) and Douglass’ Monthly (January 1859 – August 1863)." -- from the UL Library website.
"Streaming Service provides access to selected videos from major educational film producers and distributors." -- from the UL Library website.