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Penn State University Libraries

The Eberly Family Special Collections Library at Penn State is home to more than 200,000 printed volumes, more than 25 million archival records and manuscripts, and another million photographs, maps, prints, and audio-visual items. The Special Collections Library offers  primary source materials for a diverse community of researchers, who range from K-12 and Penn State students, as well as scholars around the world.  Library faculty and staff collect in a variety of subject disciplines, a sampling of which includes Utopian literature, science fiction, labor organization and representation, local Centre County history, and it is also home to the Penn State University Archives. Importantly, the Eberly Family Special Collections Library also maintains strong, archival holdings in the area of art education. This includes the Judy Chicago art education collection, 1970-2014, and the items from Penn State's repository featured in this portal are all a part of this larger collection.

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