Finding aids describe the contents and order of the records, with brief descriptions of the materials each folder contains. They also provide general histories of the departments and biographies of the people who created the records. Archivists write finding aids as they work on, or “process,” collections. Collections that do not presently have finding aids are not yet processed, but they are inventoried on internal databases that can be searched by the archivist [see below]. We are working to provide greater access to our holdings. Please browse and search the finding aids to see the range of material in our processed collections.
Our holdings are divided into four record groups: