Special Collections and Archives has moved to the 3rd Level of R.M. Cooper Library until mid-October while our building is being renovated. We will need at least 24 hours notice to pull material from the collections. Please contact us well in advance of your visit to request materials and with any questions.

Recent Posts

  • New Online Exhibit About World War INew Online Exhibit About World War I
    A new online exhibit titled “World War I and the Clemson Community” looks back more than 100 years to Clemson’s response to the United States’ April 1917 entry into The Great War that had been entrenched in Europe for nearly three years. The exhibit includes an overview of the war experiences of Clemson students, alumni, faculty and staff,(...)
  • World War I Brings Women to CampusWorld War I Brings Women to Campus
    The exhibit “World War I and the Clemson Community” on display in the lobby of R.M. Cooper Library through May 15, 2017 highlights the significant impact the war had on campus life.  In particular, the all-male college saw the arrival of the first women faculty members. A handful of women worked in staff positions on campus in(...)
  • In the Spotlight, March – April 2017In the Spotlight, March – April 2017
    Each month an item or group of items from the book, archives, manuscript or artifact holdings of Special Collections and Archives is selected for display in the Reading Room. The spotlight for March and April (combining because of Spring Break!) is on early editions of three children’s books that have been adapted into popular movies.(...)
  • Clemson’s African American Employees in World War IClemson’s African American Employees in World War I
    James Elic Alams, who worked as a janitor for Clemson College in 1917, is included in the exhibit “World War I and the Clemson Community”  on display in the lobby of R.M. Cooper Library through May 15, 2017. He was one of several African American employees at Clemson who served their country in the armed(...)