Indiana University Kokomo Campus Archives
Indiana University Kokomo Library
2300 South Washington Street
Kokomo, Indiana 46902, United StatesVisit Indiana University Kokomo Campus Archives
The IU Kokomo Campus Archives collects, preserves, and provides access to resources created by or about the Kokomo campus since its establishment in 1945. Highlights include photographs, scrapbooks, campus publications, and select special collections relevant to the history of Kokomo, Indiana.
This collection is comprised of books that were part of the Kokomo Extension Division Library collection prior to the establishment of the current Indiana University Kokomo campus on Washington Street in 1965. Indiana University established its first extension division in Kokomo, Indiana, in 1945. First located in a house on West Taylor Street, the division moved to West Sycamore Street in 1946 and expanded to include the Seiberling Mansion, Carriage House, and Elliott House.
Collection ID: KED
This collection is comprised of audio recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted for the 50th and 60th anniversaries of the IU Kokomo campus, as well as interviews of Kokomo campus faculty, staff, and alumni conducted as part of the Indiana University Bicentennial Oral History Project.
Collection ID: KOH
This collection is comprised of paper records, objects, photographs, and research files donated by Dave Cormier, assistant coordinator of Labor Studies, and other people active in organizing for farm workers. As described by Cormier, "the primary focus is on materials from the first grape and lettuce boycotts, the volunteer boycott support committees which were set up in northern and central Indiana, the activity with migrant workers during that period here in the Midwest, and related information from the UFW from that period."
Collection ID: MMFW
This collection of commercially-produced and student-created board games is intended for use in New Media, Art and Technology courses.
Collection ID: KBG
John Robert Coughlan was a journalist and author, notably publishing articles in LIFE and Fortune magazines prior to ghostwriting Rose Kennedy's memoir, Times to Remember. Coughlan was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by Indiana University in 1988. His papers, gathered and annotated by his wife, Patricia Coughlan, include correspondence, notebooks, manuscripts, photographs, ephemera, and publications.
Collection ID: RCP