Indiana University Records
Scope and Contents
Records include correspondence, minutes, reports, bulletins, publications, and other records.
- 1820 - 2013
- Indiana University, Bloomington (Organization)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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Biographical / Historical
Indiana University is a state-financed university created by the State of Indiana as the Indiana State Seminary in 1820. In the late nineteenth- and twentieth centuries IU established extension campuses in several Indiana cities, including Indianapolis (see UA-059 Indiana University-Downtown Campus Records). The Indiana University-Indianapolis campus became IUPUI when it merged with Purdue University-Indianapolis Extension in 1969.
54.4 Cubic Feet (22 cubic feet of bound volumes, 33 record cartons, and 1 flat box)
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- Indiana University Records, 1820-2013
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