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Emory University History: Emory History

This guide includes descriptions of resources from Emory University Archives as well as manuscript collections related to the history of Emory University.

Emory History Minutes

The Emory History Minutes provide quick videos about fun and compelling topics in Emory history. An example is provided below.

Emory History

The Emory University Archives, Emory President's Office, and the University's Office of Information Technology have created the Emory History website. It includes:

Other sites that could be of use:

Selected Secondary Sources

Bullock, Henry M. A History of Emory University (1936).

Cuttino, George Peddy. Dooley's Book: A Guide to the Emory University Campus (1986).

English, Thomas H. Emory University, 1915-1965: A Semicentennial History (1966), Republished (1987).

Hauk, Gary S. A Legacy of Heart and Mind: Emory Since 1836 (1999).

Moon, Joseph C. An Uncommon Place: Oxford College of Emory University, 1914-2000 (2003).

Hauk, Gary S. Emory as Place: Meaning in a University Landscape (2019)


For other histories, search Library Search using the subject "Emory University history" or "Emory College history." For histories on particular topics (e.g., athletics at Emory) search for the subject "Emory University" AND a relevant keyword. For books on Emory students or alumni, search for the subject "Emory University Students" or "Emory University Alumni."

Contact Information

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John Bence
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
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