Our digitized holdings include a variety of materials, such as yearbooks and football programs, with course catalogs, 19th-century student registers, and images to come soon.
The Image collection documents life on campus from the late 1890s through the digital age, with the majority of its photographs and negatives dating to the 1950s-1980s time period.
The University Archives maintains a collection of newspapers, magazines, journals, and newsletters that have been published by students, faculty, staff, and alumni since the nineteenth century.
The University Archives is the official repository for all Tulane Honors and Masters theses and doctoral dissertations, which are non-circulating.
Our holdings include all types of material that document the history and operation of the university, such as old students transcripts, faculty biographical information sheets, matriculates ledgers, the Presidents Records Group, departmental records, and audiovisual materials.
These are ephemeral files that contain information about the people, places, and events which have shaped Tulane’s history.