County College of Morris Archives

214 Center Grove Road, Randolph 07869-2086
Telephone: 973. 328.5300
Web: http://www.ccm.edu/library/

The archive collection includes records that document the history of the County College of Morris, its faculty, students, and staff. The collection is available for viewing by appointment only.

Drew University Library: University Archives

36 Madison Avenue
Madison, NJ 07940
Telephone: 973.408.3125
Email: [email protected]
Web: https://drew.edu/academic/student-resources/library/special-collections-university-archives/

The Drew University Archives preserve historical records and images of Drew University, including the Theological School, College of Liberal Arts, and Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. University archival materials are held in the library’s special collections department. Materials in the collection date from 1868. Listing of the archival holdings at Drew University can be found on their website.

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Florham-Madison Campus

Madison, NJ 07940
Telephone: 973.443-8516
Email: [email protected]
Web: https://library.fdu.edu/library
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The FDU Library archives at the Madison campus contains materials relating to the history of the Florham Estate and the College of Florham campus. The collection includes correspondence between Hamilton Twombly and Olmstead Associates, architectural photographs and drawings, University administrative records, and more than 5,000 photographs of campus life. In addition there are portraits and personal papers of FDUs founder Peter Sammartino, as well as archives pertaining to the origin, development, and dissolution of the New York Cultural Center which was the property of Fairleigh Dickinson University.

The FDU Digital Archives collection consists of unique items from the university’s archives, and from distinctive collections developed in collaboration with non-library partners, related to both the history of Northern New Jersey and the University. Materials include master’s theses, government documents, historical photographs and documents, digital artifacts, maps, and podcasts. This collection is continually growing as we work to preserve our university’s heritage.