The Move to Online
“Our Archives Could Be Your Life” is an adaptation of the original exhibit of the same title, which was installed in Robert W. Woodruff Library in February of 2020.
EXPLORE The Exhibit
Ways to Give
The Emory Libraries welcome gifts of all kinds from Emory students, faculty, and staff and from the community. Gifts of all sizes provide Emory the ongoing resources that are crucial to its growth and success as a world-class institution. Every gift to Emory makes a difference, no matter what it supports.
The Rose Library has been shaped and strengthened through the generosity of thousands of individuals who, through the decades, have generously supported the library. We cannot realize our potential without the support of individuals, corporations, and foundations willing to invest in the Library’s future.
Funds donated to the collection endowments will create a lasting legacy for generations of future researchers and visitors.
Click here to give today:
- LGBTQ+ Program Fund
- University Libraries Fund for Excellence
- MARBL Fund for Excellence /
Linda Matthews Fund for Special Collections
- Woodruff Library Exhibits
and Public Programming
The Rose Library accepts new archival materials regularly, however there are many factors to take into consideration before making a contribution. To learn more about what it means to donate, please visit the Society of American Archivists guides for donating personal and family collections or organizational records. We are happy to help find a home for your materials either at Emory or at another institution.
Who to Contact
For more information about financial contributions or if you are considering making a donation of manuscript or book materials, please contact Erin Horeni-Ogle, Director of Advancement, Emory Libraries at email@example.com or 404.727.5386.
Questions can be addressed as well to Chris Palazzolo, Head of Collection Management, at Woodruff Library at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The acceptance of a gift does not constitute adding an item to the collection; Emory reserves the right to make all collection decisions, in accordance with IRS regulations. Emory also reserves the right to dispose of materials not added to the collection as it sees fit (e.g., other vendors, booksellers, nonprofit groups).