Archives and Special Collections
The Reinhardt University Archives
Located on the second floor, the Archives is a rich repository of the official papers and Reinhardt University history. The collection includes historic letters and documents, photographs and memorabilia, as well as Reinhardt catalogs and yearbooks. The Archives is a growing collection and welcomes gifts that expand our understanding of the University’s history. View the Archives finding aid to see the list of items available in the Reinhardt University Archives.
Located nearby are two interesting furniture items—the desk that belonged to Captain Reinhardt, a co-founder of the University, is on permanent display, along with a desk belonging to Fredonia Blanton, Reinhardt’s first graduate who later became a long-time faculty member.
Over the years, the library has acquired a number of interesting early editions and small noteworthy collections. Of particular interest are the Annie Laurie Jones Cunyus Hymnal Collection and the Rick L. Pope Phonograph Record Collection, both located in the Archives Room, and the Triplett Memorial Military History Collection, located on the third floor.
For more information
For more information about the Archives and Special Collections or to discuss a gift to the collection, please contact Joel Langford, Director of Library Services and University Archivist, at 770 720-5585 or at email@example.com.