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Catholic Studies: Primary Sources and Special Collections   Tags: archives, catholic studies, history, resources  

This guide is designed to aid researchers who focus on Catholic Studies inquiry with support materials provided via the Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center and associated sources.
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Catholic Studies at Seton Hall University

This site is a guide to primary source materials and special collections for Catholic Studies at Seton Hall University, and is designed to be referenced in conjunction with the general Catholic Studies LibGuide. The content found here highlights unique resources such as manuscripts, rare books, and archival materials held at the Monsignor Field Archives and Special Collections Center at Seton Hall, and also includes the Immaculate Conception Seminary Library and related institutions near South Orange. This site is updated regularly to include new or newly described materials.

To use this guide, click on the blue tabs above for a given subject area or to see information for nearby institutions.

Support of the continuing scholarship efforts of researchers who are affiliated with the Department of Catholic Studies is an ongoing collaboration. Visit the site for the Department of Catholic Studies for more information.

      

    Mission Statement

    The Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center serves as the official repository for materials of enduring historical value documenting Seton Hall University and our parent organization, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark. We exist to identify, collect, and preserve pertinent and unique materials, including rare books, manuscripts, photographs, audio/video recordings, and art works that support the Catholic educational mission of Seton Hall University, and to offer access and research aid to the community.

    The Center collects select non-current materials possessing valid research value that are produced by or have a direct connection to Seton Hall University and its educational mission; we also house select materials from our parent organization, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark. The Center further focuses on unique materials documenting the history of Catholicism in New Jersey and several other select subject areas.

        
       

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      For more information on how to use materials in the Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center, go to the Forms and Policies tab, see our Hours and Location, or Contact Us!

      Visit our website: Archives and Special Collections Center or see all our Archives and Special Collections LibGuides!

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      Alan Delozier
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      University Archivist/Special Collections Librarian. Archives & Special Collections Center
      Seton Hall University Libraries
      400 South Orange Avenue
      South Orange, New Jersey
      Phone: (973) 275-2378
      Email: Alan.Delozier@shu.e
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      Tracy Jackson
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      Archives and Special Collections Center
      First Floor, Walsh Library
      tracy.jackson@shu.edu
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