University Vertical Files
Scope and Contents
The Vertical Files at Seton Hall University Archives includes documentation of campus events, programs, and university initiatives. Materials date primarily from the 1960s to the present and come in the form of fliers, newsletters, and brochures. This collection can be used to confirm basic information about events on campus—dates, location, as an example—and many departments, such as the Office of the President, have corresponding archival collections from which more information can be gleaned.
52.5 Linear Feet (Vertical files are stored in 5 filing cabinets which contain 3 shelves each supporting approx. 3.5 linear feet of paper.)
Language of Materials
Files are arranged in alphabetical order by subject/group.
- University Vertical Files
- Sheridan Sayles, materials collected by Alan Delozier and William Noe Field
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description