The University Library contains a wide range of diverse and unique collections that can be explored below. Some archival collections may be in the process of being arranged and may take longer to access.
98 narratives revealing a layered understanding of the Chicana/o movement in Northern California, specifically Sacramento.
Chronicles the Japanese American experience of immigration and settlement to the United States, WWII Internment, redress, and reparations. Includes JAAC finding aid, digital collection, monographs, serials, oral histories, audiovisual materials, and more.
Manuscripts, personal papers, and organizational records document regional and national politics, as well as the literary, community, and cultural life in the Sacramento Region.
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Correspondence, programs, and musical scores pertaining to James Adair, a faculty member at Sacramento State who worked in the Department of Music.
Collection of primarily black-and-white photographs of Maidu dancers and roundhouses by artist Dugan Aguilar.
American Indian Youth Literature Award recipients
Collection consisting of historic and administrative records, posters, videotapes, and slides.
Select book collection on ancient philosophy and Modern Greek literature and personal and professional archive, with diaries and notebooks.
The Apollo Opera Company index of composers is an index to many "lost" and lesser known operas, compiled by Nicoclis George Moraitis.