Indiana University Archives is your 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

October 19th 2017 @ 2:42pm Behind the Curtain: Julia Kilgore, Bicentennial Oral History Intern
Blogging Hoosier History

Behind the Curtain is a series highlighting IU Archives staff, partners from various departments of the IU Librar

October 10th 2017 @ 9:44am Snippets from Dorm Life: The Indiana University women’s residence hall scrapbooks
Blogging Hoosier History

Memorial Hall, Sinclair Studio, 1931

September 28th 2017 @ 2:28pm Lawrence M. Langer: IU Physicist and Manhattan Project Scientist
Blogging Hoosier History

While Lawrence M.

September 22nd 2017 @ 9:28am Sincerely Yours: Linen dresses and infernal machines
Blogging Hoosier History

Helen Hopkins, Class of 1918. Archives image no. P0066988

September 12th 2017 @ 9:00am Behind the Curtain: Nick Homenda, Digital Initiatives Librarian
Blogging Hoosier History

Title: Digital Initiatives Librarian for IU Libraries

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Contact Info

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

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