Preserving the history of flight and space exploration as experienced by Purdue University alumni, educators, and researchers in engineering, aeronautics, and astronautics.
Primary source materials documenting the history of psychedelic medicine. The collections illustrate how psychedelic research in the United States was carried out and facilitated (particularly from the 1950s to the 1970s), how doctors administered these substances, how patients responded to these treatments, how policy and culture affected the research, and how this area of study has been slowly emerging as a valid form of inquiry and a several-decades long period of dormancy.
Documenting the pioneering women who helped shape Purdue and Indiana history.
- Open House for “Apollo in the Archives: Armstrong Papers” Exhibit Set for July 19
- 1903 Wright Flyer Fabric Lands at Purdue Archives
- New Purdue Archives Online Exhibit Aims to Expand Overlooked Areas of Purdue History
- Bringing the Archives to Life
- A Closer Look at Neil Armstrong’s Giant Leaps through New Apollo Exhibition
About the Archives
The mission of the Purdue University Archives and Special Collections, a division of Purdue University Libraries, is to support the discovery, learning, and engagement goals of Purdue University by identifying, collecting, preserving, and making available for research records and papers of enduring value created or received by the University and its employees.
To help with this Mission, donations are key to the future of the Archives. To learn more about donating materials to the Archives, please see our transfer guidelines.
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Stewart Center, 4th floor of HSSE library 504 W. State Street West Lafayette, IN 47907
Purdue University Archives and Special Collections 504 W. State Street West Lafayette, IN 47907-2058