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Archives of Appalachia

Archives of Appalachia
East Tennessee State University
Archives of Appalachia
Sherrod Library, Room 422
PO Box 70295
344 J L Seehorn Rd.
Johnson City, TN 37614
Tel: 423-439-4338
Fax: 423-439-4126
Email: archives@etsu.edu

Hours:
Monday - Friday: 9-4:30

 

Parking

Visitor parking is available. Visitors must contact Parking Services to obtain a parking pass prior to their visit. You may request a pass online, via e-mail at parking@etsu.edu, by phone at 423.439.5650, or by visiting their office at 132 Stout Drive Johnson City, TN 37614. 

 

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Students

Don't be shy! Please contact us if you need help navigating the Archive on the web or in person. We'll gladly help - call, e-mail, or stop by!

Schedule a Class Visit

We love to have classes visit! But we also love to be prepared. If you think we can enrich your students' education, let us know. We'd be more than happy to discuss our archival holdings, match materials to your syllabus, plan a visit to the Archives, and so forth. 

Individual Research

While we welcome researchers Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 4:30pm, we do encourage appointments. Appointments give us time to locate the materials and have them ready when you arrive. Plus, since we know you will be coming, we will try our best not to schedule classroom visits and ensure that you have the quiet research space you need in the reading room.

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