Tutt Library Research Guides
J. Juan Reid, Colorado College: The First Century (4 copies in Tutt Library)
Robert D. Loevy, Colorado College: A Place of Learning (3 copies in Tutt Library)
CC diversity timeline: https://www.coloradocollege.edu/basics/welcome/diversity/timeline/
Special Collection Hours: open 9-12 and 1-5, weekdays
Full list of all subjects: https://libraryweb.coloradocollege.edu/library/specialcollections/ColoradoCollege/InfoFile.html
Special Collections Hours: open 9-12 and 1-5, weekdays
Full list of all archives boxes: https://libraryweb.coloradocollege.edu/library/specialcollections/ColoradoCollege/Archives.html
When you cite archival sources (diaries, letters, memos, unpublished manuscripts, etc.), you should include these elements:
Different style guides require you to present these elements in different ways, and some style guides don't discuss archival sources at all. For more information, see Purdue University’s http://guides.lib.purdue.edu/c.php?g=352889&p=2378064. When in doubt, speak to your professor.
Note: if you are citing the CC yearbook or a student newspaper, cite just as you would for any book or periodical.
Examples in Modern Language Association (MLA) style
Citations should follow this formula:
Last name of author, first name of author. Title or identifying information for item. Date. Collection name and call number. Name of institution holding item.
Item in an information file:
Memorandum from the President's Office to the Minority Education Committee. 2 February 1982. Information File "Students - Organizations - Native American Student Association." Colorado College Special Collections.
Item in an Archives box:
Fitzgibbon, Millicent. “Students Protest Campus Changes,” clipping from unknown newspaper. Undated (ca. 1920?). Archives Box 47, Folder labeled “Miscellaneous.” Colorado College Special Collections.
Item in a manuscript collection:
Albright, Guy Harry. Letter to Paul Peck. 23 October 1917. Albright Papers, Ms 0389, Box 1, Folder 3. Colorado College Special Collections.