An Archival Collection includes primary source documents, such as correspondence, news clippings, photographs, sound, or video recordings.
Hovering on the "Archival Collections" tab above will display five topical areas of African American history at Duke. Click on one of these for a list of collections with materials related to that topic.
Each of the collections listed is linked to a finding aid. A finding aid provides an inventory for each collection: the documents and other items that make up the collection are described topically and by their location in a particular box or folder. The date range that appears after the collection's title indicates the chronological span of the materials in the collection.