Visit the Hale Library recovery website for fire-related updates.

Morse Department

Basic Guide to Locating Materials from Special Collections & University Archives

Welcome!

Old drawing of Kansas State University grounds. Link opens to new window showing larger view.

This guide helps you discern what resources are available from the Richard L. D. and Marjorie J. Morse Department of Special Collections.

Some materials are digitized and available online. Consult the appropriate page relevant to the type of resource you seek. 

Collection Guides

Are you hoping to locate archival records in the Morse Department? Things such as scrapbooks? Photographs? Diaries? Letters? Organizational or institutional records?

If so, consult this page.

Digital Special Collections

Are you trying to locate digitized newspapers, photographs, scrapbooks and yearbooks from Special Collections?

If so, consult this page.

Published Works

Are you hoping to find cookbooks, published reports, books written by K-State faculty, books about the history of Kansas, or books about the Consumer Movement?

If you want to know how to limit your search to what is available in the Special Collections Department, consult this page.

Collection Strengths

The Richard L. D. and Marjorie J. Morse Department of Special Collections acquires, preserves, and digitizes a rich array of historic materials. Special Collections is committed to enhancing and expanding its holdings in support of its teaching, learning, and academic research community.

The Morse Department focuses its collections on four subject areas. If you want to know more about these collection strengths, please follow the links below.