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German 104-6: First Year Seminar The Nazi Olympics and Religion (Helmer): Getting Started

Welcome to the Research Guide for "First Year Seminar The Nazi Olympics and Religion"

The purpose of this guide is to support students enrolled in this course with remote access to resources and archival material from the Northwestern University Archives. The Northwestern University Archives, established in 1935, houses records, publications, photographs, and other materials pertaining to every aspect of Northwestern’s history, including the papers of faculty, biographic information on Northwestern alumni, a complete run of Daily Northwestern issues, a complete set of catalogs and bulletins from each of the schools and more than 250,000 photographs.


The image is from the cover of Northwestern Perspective, issue Summer 1988

Head of McCormick Library Public Services / Assistant University Archivist

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Dana Lamparello
307 Deering Library
Northwestern University Library

Archivist for the Black Experience

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Charla Wilson
Archivist for the Black Experience

University Archives
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Evanston, IL 60208
(847) 491-2928