Welcome to the Sarah Lawrence College Archives!
The SLC Archives collects, preserves, and makes accessible materials documenting the history of Sarah Lawrence College from its conception in 1924 to the present. The Archives is the official repository for College records having permanent historical or administrative value. The Archives contains publications, theses, correspondence, photographs, materials relating to student life, ephemera, artifacts, and audio-visual recordings of campus events.
- Two new research guides are now available: A Research Guide to Archival Resources on Diversity and A Research Guide to Archival Resources on Coeducation. These research guides, created by Kimmi Ramnine '12, provide citations for documents, articles and collections on diversity and coeducation located in the Sarah Lawrence College Archives.
- The Office of Diversity and Campus Engagement has published a Diversity Timeline; a list of significant dates relating to all aspects of diversity at the College. Developed by the SLC Archives and the Office of Diversity and Campus Engagement, 2010-2011.
- Visit the Archives' Historypin Channel. Take a virtual historic campus tour and see old pictures overlayed on Google Street View maps.
- Snapshot: The College Years of Photographer Mary Morris Lawrence, an exhibit that commemorates Mary Morris Lawrence's time at Sarah Lawrence - her formative years leading up to her magnificent career.
- Search the Student Newspaper Archives! The Sarah Lawrence College student newspaper is invaluable as a window into student life at the College. The following years are digitized and available in PDF and are keyword searchable: May 1930 through May 1950; September 1962 through May 1967; January 1975 through May 1976; single issues from October 2003, September 2011 through May 2012; single issues from October 2012.
- Guide to the Protest and Activism on Campus Collection has been added to our collections web page.