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General Information

Hours of Operation
1:00 pm - 5:00 p.m.

Campus Gallery Walk

Saturday, March 28 4:30-7:30 pm with live music and dance in the Museum Gallery at 5:15 and 6:15

Current Exhibition:

Coming Home: The Johnson Collection


Please drop by to see our latest exhibition or to peruse yearbooks.


Appointments strongly recommended if you are planning to do any research.

Please email before you visit.  We are a very small department and we want to ensure that we have the materials you need waiting for you! 

Who We Serve

We are part of a private, liberal arts university, so we serve the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of The University of the South; we also offer access and assistance to the general public.


Useful Links

Sewanee Digital Collections include:

  • Sewanee Purple and other newspapers from 1872-1994
  • Cap and Gown yearbook
  • College Catalogs
  • Trustees Proceedings
  • Sewanee alumni publications

You can access these materials via the Internet Archive website. Simply search for "Sewanee" and the title of the material you would like to view.


    Please email for assistance.

    Please call our Reception desk at (931) 598-3212 for assistance.


    Another way to learn about University Archives and Special Collections is to visit our Facebook page.


    81 Alabama Ave
    Sewanee, TN 37375 

    Archives and Special Collections is located next door to the Jessie Ball duPont Library. For a campus map, click here (we are building #61 on the map). 

    Park behind the library (the Georgia Avenue parking lot adjoining the fire hall). Use the walkway to the South (left if facing the library) of the library building. The left fork path will lead to the Archives and Special Collections entrance, which faces North towards the library building.


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