Archives & Special Collections
The South à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã State University Archives & Special Collections contains the university archives and material related to South à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã history and life. These two general collection areas include manuscript and archival materials, books, serials, audiovisual materials, and photographs.
The South à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã State University Archives and Special Collections is open to researchers, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., except for state holidays. If you plan to visit or would like a consultation, please fill out the researcher registration form or call 605-688-5094 for assistance.
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Correspondence, records, photographs, audiotapes, videotapes and other materials covering Senator Tom Daschle's professional life.
Records having permanent historical value to South à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã State University, including administrative records, departmental and student group records, faculty papers and publications.
Papers, records, and published materials of South à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã and alumni authors and primarily focused on twentieth century rural South à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã.
Historical material about the Brookings, SD area. The George and Evelyn Norby Collection makes up the majority of this collection and includes newspapers and photographs of local interest, telephone directories and area business promotional materials.
SDSU's open access institutional repository has the goal of collecting, preserving and disseminating the intellectual and creative output of SDSU faculty, staff, and students while supporting the ongoing mission of South à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã State as a land-grant university.
The Prairie Striders Running Club Library includes 636 volumes of books, about 5,000 periodicals and newsletters and has the results of 16 annual races.
Jim Koch Amateur Wrestling Collection contains 31 wrestling books and 61 bound volumes of Amateur Wrestling News, the oldest and most respected wrestling publication in the country.
Browse the growing digital Jackrabbit Yearbook collection!
Hobo Day is the homecoming celebration for South à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã State University that was first celebrated on November 2, 1912. The return of alumni to their alma mater for a weekend of tradition, football, fun and memories has flourished and grown over the decades, embodying the essence of Jackrabbit Pride. The collection contains over 8,000 images from past Hobo Days.