Greenfield Library Collections
The Greenfield Library is home to over 300 years of St. John's College history. The Library's archives is the central repository for the collecting, arranging, describing, and preserving of material that documents the history of St. John's College, and its administration, faculty, staff, and alumni. The Library's special collections is distinct from the college archives, and includes rare books, books of exceptional value, and collections of personal papers. The mission of the digital archives is to document, preserve, and provide access to materials located in its archival and special collections. Examples of materials in the archives include: college publications (i.e. Catalogs, Energeia, The Gadfly, yearbooks, etc.), college records (i.e. Board meeting minutes, President's reports, office records), audio and print lectures given at the college, films, photographs, instructional manuals, collected papers, faculty correspondence, and musical scores written by faculty.
For more information regarding the use of an individual item, please refer to the About page. Many of the items in the SJC Digital Archives are also available in the library's online catalog.