May Term Hours 2013
M-F: 8am-12 and 1-4pm
Other times by appointment
Location: 4th Floor of The Ames Library
Don't run away screaming just yet— in the Tate Archives and Special Collections, patrons have the assistance of Archivist Meg Miner, as well as awesome Archive Assistants (student workers) who are on hand help you with research.
If you aren't sure if what you're searching for is here, email us at email@example.com, or call (309) 556-1535 for more information.
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The Archives and Special Collections are not exclusively for academic research-- come in today to explore our collections!
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Do you enjoy reading student publications like Tributaries or The Argus ? Are you part of a Registered Student Organization?
Come in today to learn more about your University History and other Collections!
This department is named in honor of Catherine and Robert Tate, long-time supporters of the University. Mrs. Tate's grandmother was Caroline Rupert (a former School of Nursing Chair). Mr. Tate was a graduate of the University of Chicago.
Last revised: May 6, 2013