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THTR 3330: Dramaturgy

A guide to resources that may be helpful in creating your exhibit

Visiting Special Collections and Archives

Special Collections & Archives houses library materials which are especially valuable or fragile and serves as the repository for the Trinity University Archives. Our collections include the Paul Baker papers, from which you will be drawing for your exhibit. 

Because of the nature of the materials in Special Collections, there are a few guidelines we ask our patrons to follow: 

  • No food or drink
  • Bags must be left in the lobby area; you may bring in paper, laptop computers, cameras, and cellphones
  • Pencil only, no pens
  • Please handle materials with care
  • Photography is allowed

Special Collections is located in Coates Library, Room 208, and is open most weekday afternoons to researchers. Email to make an appointment to visit outside of these hours. 

Search Archon

Use keywords to search Archon, the library's online finding aid database, for primary source materials from Special Collections & Archives:

Digital, Trinity-Specific Primary Source Collections