Washington University Archives, Department of Special Collections

University Archives is comprised of more than 300 unique collections. Chronicling the history of Washington University from 1853 to today, and containing numerous collections related to St. Louis history, architecture, and visual arts, University Archives is a wealth of primary sources and other historical materials that include manuscripts, photographic prints and negatives, books, film, sound recordings, microfilm, architectural plans, artwork, and artifacts. City of St. Louis, Records of the Mayor's Office, 1945-1981. Inactive files of former St. Louis mayors Aloys P. Kaufman, Raymond R. Tucker, Alphonso J. Cervantes, John H. Poelker, and James F. Conway. Harland Bartholomew and Associates, 1919-1954. St. Louis Car Company, 1899-1973. Urban League of St. Louis, 1925-1967. Mary Wickes Papers, ca. 1910-1995. Terminal Railroad Association, 1867-1874. William Sentner Papers, 1937-1954. Papers of labor organizer and Communist party member. Monsanto Company, 1901-present. St. Louis Union Station, 1891-1962. Photographs from the Collection of Russell Sturgis, ca. 1859-1908.

7425 Forsyth Blvd.
Clayton MO 63105

Phone: 314-935-5444


Email: spec@wumail.wustl.edu

Contact Name: Sonya Rooney, University Archivist; Jennifer Kirmer, Digital Archivist; Miranda Rectenwald, Special Collections Assistant

Website: http://library.wustl.edu/units/spec/archives/

Categories: Educational, Transportation, Architecture, Corporate, Environmental, Political