Greenfield Community College (GCC) Records, (1950-present)
Scope & Contents
The Regional Community College in Greenfield was established in 1962 to serve the Franklin County community. The Archives of Greenfield Community College document the institutional memory of the college. This collection contains official records as well as unpublished material documenting the functions, activities, and intellectual materials produced by and about members of the GCC community. The various creators include: college administration, staff, faculty, students, and alumni. Material types include: meeting minutes, memoranda, administrative records, published reports, official publications, student publications, newspaper clippings, yearbooks, scrapbooks, photographs, posters, event programs, brochures, and personal papers.
Research and Donations
Most of the GCC Records have not been digitized. Researchers can make an appointment to view materials in person by contacting Claire Lobdell at email@example.com or by calling 413-775-1834, and we ask that you please view our access and use policy before coming.
The GCC Archives is happy to accept gifts of materials related to the history of the institution, its students, staff, and faculty. The Nahman-Watson Library is unable to accept materials on loan; donated materials become the property of the library. Library staff are unable to provide financial appraisals for tax or other purposes. Please call or email Claire Lobdell (firstname.lastname@example.org; 413-775-1834) before bringing materials for donation.
Currently, the Archives is looking for the following materials (expand the link below to see wanted items):
The initial inventory, arrangement, and processing for this collection was completed in the spring of 2018 by Caroline Dubinsky.
This collection includes 16 records groups. You can expand the links below to see the contents of the records groups. Detailed listings for individual records groups will be linked below as they are indexed.