page top

Finding Aids

Electronic access is available to selected finding aids from the University of Vermont Special Collections, the University of Vermont Archives, and from the St. Johnsbury Archives Collaborative. Finding aids provide detailed descriptions of the content of the collection as well as the context in which the collection was created.

View all finding aids

UVM Special Collections

Special Collections holdings document Vermont and Vermonters and are especially strong in the following areas: politics, literature, architecture, social history, religion, education, photography, publishing and printing history, theatre and music, and business and labor. Collections include manuscripts, photographs, maps, ephemera, clippings, and printed material, and total more than 10,000 linear feet.

View UVM Manuscripts finding aids

UVM Archives

The University of Vermont Archives holds historical records created by or relating to the University of Vermont, its faculty, staff, students, and alumni, dating from the 1790s to the present. These include non-current papers of the Trustees, presidents, colleges, and other administrative offices. Current records and those that are restricted by state or federal laws are generally held within the administrative offices in which they originated.

View UVM Archives finding aids

St. Johnsbury Archives Collaborative

The St. Johnsbury Archives Collaborative is a partnership among the Fairbanks Museum, the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, the Town of St. Johnsbury, St. Johnsbury Academy, and the St. Johnsbury Historical Society.

View St. Johnsbury finding aids