WPA Slave Narratives MICROFICHE COLLECTION
What is microfiche? Microfiche is a flat piece of film containing microphotographs of the pages of a newspaper, catalog, or other documents.
WPA Slave Narratives on Microfiche
The WPA Slave Narratives is available as microfiche. The microfiche collection can be found at the Kelley Center in the basement of Fondren Library.
Contact the Kelley Center at Fondren Library for any questions or additional assistance:
Located in Fondren Library's basement, the Kelley Center holds over 200 major microform collections, comprised of over 3 million items. The expansive collection covers a wide range of topics, from Congressional Hearings and Department of Energy Reports to the personal papers of Jane Addams and W.E.B. DuBois.
Please note: Most microfilm has been moved to the off-site Library Service Center (LSC). The Houston Post, Houston Chronicle and New Orleans Times-Picayune, and selected others remain. For more information about checking out microfilm from the LSC, see the instructions below or the LibAnswer.
The Kelley Center for Government Information
We highly encourage you to contact Kelley Center staff to schedule an appointment for microform assistance via email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone, (713) 348-5483. Before your visit, please check the Fondren Library and the Kelley Center websites for hours and service changes.
When you are on site,
The Kelley Center's black ST ViewScan microform reader and scanner