The Wartburg College Archives collects, preserves and makes available records of historical, legal, fiscal and/or administrative value to the Wartburg College community of faculty, staff, students, alumni and other researchers.
The Wartburg College Archives are currently open by appointment only
Research and Duplication Fees
Archival Use Guidelines
Archival materials are, by their nature, rare, often irreplaceable, and sometimes fragile. The following precautions have been instituted to ensure these objects are protected:
To Safeguard Collections, please do not:
Reading Room Etiquette:
Careful Handling of Records:
NOTE: It may not be possible at all times to provide appropriate machinery for reading, viewing or accessing non-print materials. We recommend you contact the Archives prior to your visit to ensure the materials you want to view are available.
The Wartburg College Archives collects records, publications and other historical materials (including photographs, audiovisual materials and artifacts) that document Wartburg College’s history, development, operation, policies, people, activities, and events. This includes materials from onceaffiliated or merged institutions, including sites in Clinton and Waverly, IA, and Galena and Mendota, IL; St. Paul Luther College (St. Paul, MN); Eureka Junior College (Eureka, SD); Hebron College (Hebron, NE); and Martin Luther Academy (Sterling, NE).
If you aren't sure whether your materials fit our collecting focus, read our Collection Policy for more detail, or contact the Archivist.
Vogel Library, Wartburg College | 100 Wartburg Blvd, Waverly, IA, 50677 | Phone: 319-352-8500 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org