Indiana University Archives is your primary stop for IU Bloomington history. 

As an archives, our primary mission is to collect, organize, preserve and make accessible records documenting Indiana University's origins and development and the activities and achievements of its officers, faculty, students, alumni and benefactors. With an estimated 18,000 cubic feet of records and papers in all formats, the IU Archives is the largest and most comprehensive source of information on the history and culture of Indiana University. To ensure this history is captured, the Archives provides records management assistance to IU Bloomington offices, schools, departments, as well as administrative offices on the IUB campus that have system-wide responsibilities.

We invite and encourage public, students, staff, faculty, and researchers to use our collections, whether the purpose is for teaching, research, or pure curiosity. 

Blogging Hoosier History

August 17th 2017 @ 1:43pm The Parks House Scribe C647
Blogging Hoosier History

Most college and university campuses are known to have many student-run publications.

August 2nd 2017 @ 12:45pm Sincerely Yours: The End of the Civil War
Blogging Hoosier History

Andrea has since graduated and moved on, but she left us with some of her amazing blog posts ready to go!

July 20th 2017 @ 2:26pm Behind the Curtain: Tyler Davis, Summer Intern
Blogging Hoosier History

Role: Intern at the Indiana University Archives

July 14th 2017 @ 1:38pm Behind the Curtain: Sylva Osbourne, Summer Intern
Blogging Hoosier History

Role: Summer Intern at the IU Archives

July 7th 2017 @ 8:52am Tweeting and Pinning: Archiving Indiana University’s Social Media Sites
Blogging Hoosier History

Do you ever wonder what the Indiana University Archives is doing

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Today's Hours

8:00am - 5:00pm All hours

Contact Info

Wells Library E460
Bloomington, IN 47405
812-855-1127
Dina Kellams
Dina Kellams - Director
(812) 855-2323

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