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Welcome to the guide to resources housed in Archives and Special Collections at the Penn State Harrisburg Library in Middletown, PA. The archives is located on the 3rd floor of the Penn State Harrisburg Library, Room 303. Please Note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Reading Room of Archives and Special Collections is temporarily closed until further notice. The archives welcomes anyone to explore our collections, including current faculty, staff, and students in the Penn State community, Penn State Alumni, members of the local community, as well as visitors from around the world.
This guide contains detailed information for visitors, such as hours, address and directions to the archives, and parking on campus, as well as information about the repository, reference and research services, instruction services, exhibits and outreach, our ten archival collections and finding aids (guides to the collections), digital collections, social media and blogs. Before your visit, it is strongly advised that researchers consult---in advance---with the archivist. Please contact Heidi Abbey Moyer, Archivist and Humanities Reference Librarian and Coordinator of Archives and Special Collections, at email@example.com for more assistance.
Looking for specific facts or more information about the history of Penn State Harrisburg? Did you attend Penn State Harrisburg in the 1960s, 1970s, or 1980s when the college was known as the "Capitol Campus"? Or, are you one of over 40,000 alumni of Penn State Harrisburg, the Capital College? Archives and Special Collections is home to the largest archival collection of materials that document the history of the college from 1966 to the present day, as well as collections that focus on pre-Penn State Harrisburg history, including Camp Meade during the Spanish-American War of 1898, the U.S. Olmsted Air Force Base, and the surrounding communities of Highspire and Middletown, PA. Please see the separate section of this guide for information about the Penn State Harrisburg College History Archives. A course guide with even more information about the history of Penn State Harrisburg is coming soon!
Need Research Help? While the archives is temporarily closed, remote research assistance from archives faculty and staff is still available. Please contact Heidi Abbey Moyer, Archivist and Humanities Reference Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for additional information.