Seton Hall University Vertical File & Accessible Reference Collection
The Seton Hall University Vertical File (and Accessible Reference Collection) is comprised of various unique, school-centered materials that have mainly been acquired on an individual basis and represent the historical evolution of academic, administrative, religious, and student life found throughout campus since the early twentieth century. This particular group of materials has been consolidated together through a shared connection to Seton Hall University and are further organized by originating individual, organization, or office to distinguish their relevant topical area(s) of coverage. The content is formally arranged within file folders by major subject heading along with a corresponding index that includes sub-headings and cross-listings to help identify similar research areas where multiple choices for a specific topic might exist. In addition, this collection is not static and will continue to expand as further print matter is produced, acquired, and contributes to the improvement of the collection over time. The information located here also serves to compliment specific Seton Hall University archival collections as a means of providing initial and/or additional research support.