The Limestone University Archives includes (but is not limited to): catalogs, yearbooks, minutes, correspondence, reports, promotional material, publications generated by the university community, administrative, fiscal, legal documents of historical value and any other material that documents the activities and history of
The Archive committee has the right to turn down materials that are in a format they can not handle (certain sound or computer files), that might endanger the rest of the collection (mold, mildew), and that are outside the scope of our collecting policy.
We accept only limited quantity of artifacts or realia—space and resources permitting.
The following questions guide the reappraisal and possible subsequent weeding of materials in the department:
The department will share upon request, according to its guidelines, information about the reasons behind the weeding of material to appropriate parties and how that material will be disposed of.
The Library complies fully with all of the provisions of the U.S. Copyright Law (title 17 U.S. Code) and its amendments. The library strongly supports the Fair Use section of the Copyright Law (17 U.S. Code, 107) which permits and protects citizens’ rights to reproduce and make other uses of copyrighted materials for the purposes of teaching, scholarship, and research.