Archives & Special Collections, UAA/APU Consortium Library
Archives and Special Collections at the Consortium Library acquires, preserves, and makes available to students, faculty, and the public unpublished documents, photographs, and information stored in non-print media. In addition to supporting the several educational and research missions of the University, it performs a special service mission as community conservator of the papers and records of persons, families, organizations, associations, and businesses. Archives and Special Collections collects papers and records relating to the history of Alaska and the northwest Pacific area. Special Collections: Papers, photographs, moving images, audio, and other types of documentation from individuals, organizations, and businesses. These cover a wide variety of subjects: history, medicine, anthropology, public policy, social sciences, humanities, scientific, engineering, and so forth. Also, University records, Consortium Library’s Rare Books collection and copies of most master’s theses submitted to both UAA and APU.