Special Collections and University Archives
Welcome to Special Collections and University Archives at the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library.
Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) operates as a distinct unit within the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library at USF St. Petersburg. Materials include special collections (Floridiana, rare books, personal papers, and manuscript collections) as well as the institutional archives of the campus.
The library has also created the USFSP Digital Archive as a repository of significant print and “born digital” materials. The Reading Room is a public space available to researchers using the materials within Special Collections. For more information on the reading room, please visit the Public Spaces guideline.
USFSP Special Collections and University Archives Request
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: You can schedule a research consultation, or submit your request for materials online and we will have them ready for view when you come visit us.
USFSP Special Collections- Historical Property Records Request
Please use this form to submit an online request for Historical Pinellas County Property Records information (1974-1999).
- USFSP Student Research Journal
- How to access library resources from remote locations
- Where are the University Archives and Digital Repositories: USFSP Digital Archive?
- Where can I find out about the USFSP Digital Archive?
- Where can I find out about the USFSP Digital Archive's Community and Campus Outreach?
- Where can I find scholarly research produced at USFSP?
- Where can I find the Faculty Research Lightning Talks?
- Where can I find Campus Publications in digital format?
Jenny TolbertDigital Collections Project Manager (Hours by Appointment)Phone: (727) 873-4094
Finding Aids and Research Guides for Manuscript and Special CollectionsUSFSP Digital Archive StatisticsUSFSP Student Research JournalUSFSP Digital ArchiveScholarly Works in the USFSP Digital ArchiveUSFSP Digital Archive: LEARN ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS AS AN AUTHORUSFSP Digital Archive: Faculty Research Lightning TalksCollection Management Guidelines