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Special Collections and University Archives: Stanislaus State Library's Special Collections

From the Sayad Collection

The "Sayad Collection" is an Assyrian, primarily Near Eastern theological/cultural book collection representing the private library of the Rev. Eshoo Paul Sayad, acquired by the CSU Stanislaus library in 1970.  See Collection Description tab for further information.The Summe of Christian Religion.... by Zacharias Ursinus (1611)


Diretory of Special Collections

Special Collections and University Archives News

Special Collections and University Archives is closed for the 2018-2019 academic year in preparation for the upcoming Library building renovations.

Getting Started with Special Collections

The University Library Special Collections is a repository for primary research materials of interest to the campus, the community, and the Central Valley region.  The primary purpose of Special Collections at Stanislaus State is to support faculty teaching and student learning and research. Special Collections consists of donated and purchased collections relevant to disciplines taught at Stanislaus State University and to the university’s six-county service area of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Mariposa, Tuolumne, and Calaveras Counties.

Collection strengths include local and regional history books and documents, local history manuscript collections, oral histories, Stanislaus County historical documents, photographic collections, and the University Archives.

University Archives & Special Collections Contact Information

To contact Special Collections and University Archives:


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University Library
Special Collections and University Archives

One University Circle, L105

Turlock, CA 95382

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Turlock, CA 95382

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