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The New York University Archives serves as the final repository for the historical records of NYU. Its primary purpose is to document the history of the University and to provide source material for administrators, faculty, students, alumni, and other members of the University community, as well as scholars, authors, and other interested persons who seek to evaluate the impact of the University’s activities on the history of American social, cultural, and intellectual development.

(Image: University Building, 1891, New York University Archives Photograph Collection)

RENOVATION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Over the next two years NYU will be carrying out a major renovation of floors 2 and 3 of Bobst Library to create a new, unified home for its three special collections - Fales Library, Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, and the University Archives.

We will, therefore, be unable to accommodate any outgoing loan requests of Fales materials. For information about our exciting plans and about possible impact on our services, please visit the Library News & Events blog.

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