The UCSF Archives have a double celebration this month. October is not just an American Archives month, but also the California Archives month. This event “raises public awareness of the importance of archives and to honors the efforts of the professionals who protect and maintain historical documents.”
Please visit the UCSF Archives to:
- Access Historical Materials in the Reading Room
We collect and preserve rare and unique materials to support research and teaching in the history of health sciences, the development of UCSF, and biomedical discoveries. Make an appointment to view rare books, archives, manuscripts, photographs, and artifacts.
- Develop Research Strategies
Schedule a consultation to develop effective research strategies. Discover print and online primary sources in the history of health sciences and UCSF history.
- Get Help with Documenting Your Career/Preserving Your Department’s Records
We review your personal papers & organization records (print & digital) and advise on how to preserve them. Consult us about donating your materials.
- Locate materials and Access Digital Collections
- Connect with Us:
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Please meet the UCSF Archives & Special Collections team (in order of appearance):
- David Krah, processing archivists (Tobacco Control Archives and Eric Berne collections)
- Kelsi Evans, processing archivist (Radiologic Imaging Laboratory and Dr. J. Michael Bishop collections)
- David Uhlich, UCSF assistant archivist
- Polina Ilieva, UCSF archivist, Head of Archives & Special Collections
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Or watch the video on the Internet Archive.