Archives, Museums, and Galleries

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      The Archives, Galleries, and Museums at Central Michigan University support research and scholarly activity across the curriculum. Examples include:
      The Clarke Historical Library collects, preserves, and promotes nationally recognized collection that include: the history of Michigan and the Old Northwest Territory; the history of Central Michigan University; selected topics including exemplary children's literature, campaign biographies of United States presidential candidates, the history of angling, and historic Michigan newspapers.
      The Museum of Cultural and Natural History supports research and teaching in cultural and natural history. It also services as a laboratory for students in CMU's Museum Studies minor and Public History major.
      The University Art Gallery exhibits contemporary art by emerging and established regional, national, and international artists. It also serves as a laboratory/classroom for students to learn the process and concepts of exhibiting creative work.


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