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Finding Aids at the Msgr. William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center

Quick guide to archival finding aids available online at the Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center, Seton Hall University.

Finding Aids

This guide includes links to online finding aids from the Msgr. Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center, Walsh Library, Seton Hall University. Collections described may belong to Manuscript Collections, the Archdiocese of Newark Collections, or Seton Hall University Collections.

To view the list of finding aids, select the tab for Manuscripts, Archdiocese of Newark, or Seton Hall, or view the entire list of online finding aids alphabetically or by collection number. Click the title for the collection finding aid you wish to view. Additional ways of browsing of our online finding aids may be found on the Archives & Special Collections Center homepage or through our Special Collections Subject Guides.

A finding aid for an archival collection is a description of the materials that make up the collection, as well as contextual information about the person, group, or institution that created or gathered the materials. The finding aid generally does not include digital copies of the collection. To view digitized archival materials, including pictures of Seton Hall University and historical documents, visit our Digital Collections.

For more information on the, Msgr. Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center, please contact us. See the information on the left side of the page.