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Archives and Special Collections: Home
An introduction to the materials available in Clark University's Archives and Special Collections.
COVID-19 - At this time, the Archives and Special Collections at Clark University is closed to the public. If you have a research request, please contact Archives@clarku.edu for assistance.
Archives and Special Collections
at Goddard Library
Welcome to Clark University's Archives and Special Collections at the Robert H. Goddard Library. We are the repository for approximately 7,000 linear feet of rare books, manuscripts, and other materials.
You can contact us at email@example.com or 508-793-7206.
Postcard depicting Jonas Clark Hall and the Science Building.
The Archives and Special Collections area is located on the ground floor of the Robert H. Goddard Library. For those traveling to the campus, the library is located on Downing Street in Worcester and is easily found on the Clark University campus map.
John James Audubon's seven volumes of "The Birds of America", 1840-1844
Book of Hours, 1423
The Book that Went to the Moon, an autobiography of Robert H. Goddard, bound by Achille St Onge
Albert A. Michelson's interferometer. Michelson was the first American to win a Nobel Prize in Physics.