Ohio Northern University, Heterick Memorial Library Records
The Heterick Memorial Library Records includes reports, publications/printed materials, and memos that primarily provide insights into library holdings, library services to students, and the library's physical building.
- Creation: 1927-2000
- Ohio Northern University. Heterick Memorial Library (Organization)
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The first centralized university library for all Ohio Northern University students was established in 1911 and located in the Normal School Building. Prior to the construction of the Heterick Memorial Library in 1968, the library frequently changes campus locations, moving from the Normal School Building, to Lehr Memorial Building, to Brown Hall, and finally Presser Hall. The library primarily serves the university's undergraduate students through providing access to academic resources and research support.
6.25 Linear Feet (7 containers)
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The Heterick Memorial Library primarily serves Ohio Northern University's undergraduates through providing access to academic resources and research support. The collection includes reports, publications/printed materials, and memos that primarily provide insights into library holdings, library services to students, and the library's physical building.
As an academic archives that strives to advance historical research and understanding of our shared histories, the ONU Archives is committed to preserving and making accessible original, historic materials. This commitment to preserving materials in an uncensored form means that collections may contain offensive text, images, or recordings.
The collection was processed in support of the creation of a preliminary public finding aid in 2019. During the processing records from the Committee on Library Policy were transferred to the Ohio Northern University Faculty Governance Records (Collection 0007). Records related to library holdings were sampled so at to retain only a representative example from each decade covered by the reports.
- Ohio Northern University, Heterick Memorial Library records, 1927-2000
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