Records that document the history of the University, including archival materials from students, faculty, administration, departments, research offices, and alumni.
Community archive documenting the COVID-19 pandemic. A collaborative project between Ball State University Libraries Archives and Special Collections, the Everyday Life in Middletown Project, and the Muncie Public Library.
Documents the history of Muncie and Delaware County, Indiana and includes records of business and industry, churches, clubs and organizations, education, genealogy, government, personal and family papers, photographs, and oral histories.
The Andrew Seager Archive of the Built Environment, A Division of University Libraries located in the Libraries located in the Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning, contains over 120,000 original architectural drawings, landscape plans, blueprints, photographs, models, and building remnants that tell the stories of Indiana’s sites and structures.
Research materials on Muncie as Middletown. Records collected fall into two categories: Records of Middletown Research, which consist of documentation generated by various studies and projects on Middletown: and collections on Muncie in the Stoeckel Archives of Local History.
Special Collections includes special formats, first
editions, fine printing and bindings, and other rare published works. This
includes unique research topics includes the John Steinbeck Collection, the
papers of Congressman Philip Sharp, and the Frank A. Bracken Civil War