University Records Collections

  • 30 Years of Performing Arts showcases materials related to Wake Forest University’s Secrest Artists Series between the years 1983 and 2013.

  • Eight bound scrapbooks in which students and other visitors have written their thoughts and reminiscences about their time at Casa Artom.

  • This collection documents experiences of the coronavirus pandemic at Wake Forest University. Materials to include writings, photographs, audio and video, social media posts, storytelling and art creations.

  • The Interdisciplinary Performance and the Liberal Arts Center (IPLACe) supports faculty and student interdisciplinary projects at WFU. This collection includes annual reports and video recordings from the department.

  • John Brown White was an educator and the third president of Wake Forest College (1848-1853). This collection contains biographical and family genealogy information, a photograph of White, and correspondence.

  • From the WFU Museum of Anthropology, this online collection consists of household and ceremonial items, textiles, ceramics, hunting and fishing gear, and objects of personal adornment. The artifacts span the globe and the centuries.

  • From the Reynolda House Museum, collections include fine art, estate archives, and decorative arts and historic house objects. Search by keyword, title, artist, or date. Results will produce objects from all collections with detailed scholarly research on each object.

  • Ephemeral materials related to individuals associated with Wake Forest University and/or Baptist communities of North Carolina.

  • A compilation of smaller digital collections relative to Wake Forest University

  • Handwritten minutes from Wake Forest College Board of Trustees meetings beginning from 1834.

  • Handwritten faculty meeting meetings from Wake Forest College beginning from 1856.

  • Photo archive containing images captured by Wake Forest University. Images available are for public view-only access.

  • From the Wake Forest University Art Collections, these digitized materials represent a long history of both planned and unplanned collecting. Its nine art collections are a combination of acquisitions, gifts and bequests.