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The Marlboro College Special Collections wishes to preserve and make accessible materials related to Marlboro College and to Rudyard Kipling’s time in Brattleboro. Materials will be collected for the purpose of documenting the history of Marlboro College and the surrounding area, including information about Kipling and his time in Brattleboro. Materials are collected and preserved to give a clear picture of life at Marlboro College, as well as important information about the community, its administration, and academic programs. This information is valuable for research, as well as a vital record of Marlboro College’s history.
Materials contained in Special Collections are:
Librarians will organize and preserve college records and publications.
Types of materials accepted are loose papers, rare books, microfilm, photographs, negatives and manuscripts.
Materials will be available to researchers and to members of the community by arrangement with library staff. Occasionally materials may be removed from special collections at the discretion of the library director.
Revised June 2004