The University of Central Oklahoma’s Archives and Special Collections is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and making accessible for research, primary and secondary source materials that document the history of the University, Edmond and other Oklahoma communities. These resources are available for use by students, faculty, and scholars. These materials include but are not limited to books and serials related to the history, literature, and culture of Oklahoma and the southwest, manuscripts, photographs, works of art, audio-visual materials and the permanent historical records of the University of Central Oklahoma.
Includes an Oklahoma Collection of state, county, city and family histories, biographies, geological and archaeological reports, and an impressive assortment of works on various Indian tribes and the development of education in Oklahoma. Microfilm Holdings of Townsite Case Files, Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps, Census Records, Indian Pioneer History oral histories, Letters received by the Office of Adjutant General (1870-1889), records relating to U. S. Military Posts in Oklahoma (1800-1916) and early Oklahoma newspapers. Special Collections comprising Memorial Book Collections, Manuscript Collections, University Archives and Photograph Collections.
Part of the University of Central Oklahoma Chambers Library