As we mentioned in our last post, Special Collections is the repository for the University Archives. It is our role to preserve the University of California, Davis’ history by maintaining a record of UC Davis publications. The University Archives attempts to collect two copies of each publication, one for permanent preservation in the Archives and one for public use.
Titles are cataloged in the Library Search and available for use in the Special Collections Reading Room.
The University Archives Serials Collection contains serials produced by departments, committees, and groups at the University of California, Davis. Examples of serials include newsletters, announcements, magazines, annuals, and yearbooks. Click here to see a list of the UCD serial publications that we hold.
The University Publications Collection contains non serial publications produced by departments, committees, and groups at the University of California, Davis. Examples of these publications include histories of departments and groups, reports, guides, and plans. Click here to see a list of the UCD publications that we hold.
Help us make our holdings complete! Do you have publications in either of these categories that you could send to us for the University Archives? Contact Collections Manager Sara Gunasekara (firstname.lastname@example.org) for directions on how to submit publications to the University Archives.