The Esther Clark Wright Archives preserves the heritage of Acadia University. Since 1849, an historical collection has been kept here. Some records have been lost to fires; more have been saved from time. The University's administration built an archives and special collections library that reflects our long history.
We preserve the legacy of our community. Students, alumni, staff, and faculty greatly contribute to our campus through their scholarly and creative works. The Archives and Special Collections keeps selections of these works to represent our diverse ideas.
Found in the Archives: Photographs, scrapbooks, student societies' documents, departmental papers, faculty papers, Board of Governors' minutes, campus plans, literary works, convocation programs.
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See Special Collections for related records: Presidents' Reports, Acadia Bulletin, official histories, books, Acadia Athenaeum, Treasurers' Reports, Acadia Record, yearbooks.
The Archives are interested in reviewing material for potential donation. Please see the Library website for more information.