Our New Situation in the Metropolis

After almost six years at the Lewis Walpole Library in Farmington, Connecticut, the Yale Indian Papers Project has a new home at the Yale Divinity School in New Haven.  The location will provide the Yale community with greater access to the project and its resources, as well as additional collaborative opportunities for the project with faculty and students at the Divinity School and with the editors at the Jonathan Edwards Center.

We wish to thank W.S. Lewis Librarian Margaret Powell, the Board of Managers, and the staff of the Lewis Walpole Library for their generous support and friendship over the years.  We would also like to thank Dean Gregory Sterling, Harry Stout, and Ken Minkema for facilitating our transition to the Divinity School Quadrangle and for being such welcoming hosts.

Now that we are settling into our new office space, boxes still being unpacked and files arranged, we’ll return to our regular schedule of posting items from the collection next week. In the meantime, you might like to read a recent article about the Indian Papers Project’s presence at the Divinity School.

For our new contact information, click here.

Images: The departure for London : young Henry Goodwood leaves home for his new situation in the metropolis / G. & C. Wall (London, 1848).  Yale Divinity School Quadrangle in the Winter, Yale Divinity School Facebook.

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