Special Collections maintains a variety of materials a researcher in the history of Gettysburg College might want to investigate:
Manuscript Collections pertaining to College History-- these are general documents pertaining to the college. Included are materials such as letters, essays and scorebooks.
Manuscript Collections of College Documents-- these are materials more specific than college history in that they denote an official record or legal document. Included are materials such as building committee reports and treasurer's records.
Oral History Collection -- Includes a full list of interviews with various professors, alumni, and other college personnel. All transcripts are available in the Special Collections Reading Room. Some interview transcripts are available online.
Gettysburgian (1897-2010 available online; Loose issues from 2010 to present)
Alumni Record of Gettysburg College, 1832-1932 (LD2001. G401 1832-1932)
A Salutary Influence: Gettysburg College, 1832 - 1985, by Charles Glatfelter (Available online)
Miscellaneous Volumes-- includes materials such as faculty grade books, notebooks, and athletic minutes. Most range in date from 1840s - 1950s.
Subject Vertical Files
Consult an archivist for assistance with these items.
Gettysburg College Digital Collections
A digital archive featuring materials of intellectual and cultural significance to the Gettysburg College Community: Dance Cards, College Films, Historic Photographs, Manuscripts, Music, Sheet Music, Oral Histories, Artifacts & Memorabilia, Publications, and Theatre Arts.