Newcomb Archives & Vorhoff Library Special Collections
The Newcomb Archives collects, preserves, and makes available records that document the legacy of Newcomb College and the history of women and gender in the Gulf South. It is home to approximately 300 unique collections. The Vorhoff Library is a non-circulating special collections library devoted to women's education, prescriptive literature, culinary history, Newcomb authors, gender and sexuality, third-wave feminist zines, and other topics.
Take Back the Night organizers' meeting on Tulane's campus, New Orleans, 1980.
The Newcomb College alumnae oral history project began in 1986. Some interviews have been digitized and may be accessed on the oral history project blog, and will eventually be available through the Tulane University Digital Library (we no longer update the blog). In some cases we can provide digital access on request.
Hours and Location
12pm to 4pm Monday – Friday and by appointment.
The reading room will be closed Feb. 24th to March 3rd for Mardi Gras.
The reading will be closed April - August, 2017 for renovations. Collections will be accessible by appointment, email email@example.com.
The reading room is located on the first floor of Caroline Richardson, 62 Newcomb Pl., building #84. See the Tulane campus map. Visitors without a Tulane parking permit may park in the guest parking lot in the Diboll Parking Structure on Ben Weiner Dr. Street parking is available on Broadway and the surrounding streets.
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