2. University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
We Are History Keepers workshop sessions are designed and presented by UW Libraries archivists and librarians.
The University of Washington is fortunate to have one of North America’s premier research libraries. The UW Libraries advances intellectual discovery and enriches the quality of life by connecting people with knowledge. The Libraries serve not only students, faculty, and visiting scholars, but are open to the public as a resource for information on your local community history and as a repository for regional collections. You are welcome to come and use collections in the Libraries. www.lib.washington.edu/
Special Collections is the Libraries' major resource for rare and archival materials covering a broad range of topics, formats, and periods. It is located in the lower level of Allen Library South. Visit the website www.lib.washington.edu/specialcollections/ to search for collections, view our hours and location, and learn about our current exhibits.