Finding aids are inventories to the contents of archival collections. We give several ways to access Finding aids for the SCRC collections. You can:
For further information about access, including explanations of restrictions and policies, to ask a reference question, copying fees, or to purchase a finding aid:
Access to RLG's AMC (Archival and Mixed Collections) file provides researchers with timely and comprehensive access to brief, high-level information for nearly half a million collections of manuscripts and archives from repositories around the world.
National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections:
This database is also available online through the Library of Congress' National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections (NUCMC).
Connect to the NUCMC Selected finding aids are available in microfiche format in the National inventory of documentary sources in the United States published by the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress in 1983 (Chadwyck-Healey Inc.). Additional information can be found in various subject directories, such as Andres Hinding's Women's history sources: a guide to archives and manuscript collections in the United States (Bowker, 1983).