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1950s: Getting Started

Dr. Rachel Devlin- History Dept.

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Welcome!

This guide is designed to get you started with your research on the 1950s at the Libraries. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you have questions or need some additional guidance. My contact info is on the right. Email is the best way to contact me initially. I'm always happy to meet with you to discuss your research.

The Basics

Rutgers University Libraries comprises over twenty libraries and centers in New Brunswick, Camden, and Newark, but the most substantial collection in American history is located in the Alexander Library on College Avenue Campus. There are also significant resources for women's history in the Douglass Library, the women's studies library on Douglass Campus. Special Collections and University Archives is located in the basement of Alexander Library.

Go to the Libraries homepage to explore all the scholarly resources and services to which you have access.

Suggest a Book for Purchase

If you'd like to suggest a title to add to our collections, please fill out this form. Thanks.

American History Librarian - New Brunswick

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Tom Glynn
Contact:
Alexander Library
Rutgers University
169 College Ave.
New Brunswick, NJ
(848) 932-6105

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