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COVID-19 Restrictions: The University Archives is closed to the public until further notice. Library staff will continue to serve our public by answering reference requests via email. Our archives staff may be reached directly at dmcghee@htu.edu.

 

Archives Hours:

Monday-Friday: 8 AM – 5 PM

Saturday-Sunday: Closed

 

Archives Visits Are By Appointment Only

To make an appointment, contact the University Archivist by phone or email. Be sure to review the Archives Policies & Procedures or the Archives & Special Collections LibGuide before you arrive.

No drop-ins, please, as staff may not be available to assist you.

 

Meet the Archivists:

 

Ms. Danielle’ McGhee, MLS University Archivist

Director of Library and Media Services

Phone: 512.505.3078

Email: dmcghee@htu.edu

Photo of Danielle' McGhee In August 2018, I became Library Director and Archivist of Huston-Tillotson University. In addition to the management and administration of the library, I oversee the university archives and participate in providing research and literacy instruction. I am passionate about student engagement, connecting others with the resources they need to be successful, storytelling, and promoting lifelong learning. I received my B.A. in Fashion Merchandising from Howard University and M.S. in Library Science from North Carolina Central University. I’m a huge fan of HBCUs! In my free time I enjoy travelling, painting, going to concerts, and writing.
 

 

Mr. Robert Stewart, MLS Archives Assistant

Public Services Library Assistant

Phone: 512.505.3088

Email: rstewart@htu.edu

Photo of Robert Stewart Robert was born in Louisiana, but has lived in numerous places during his lifetime, including Germany and Japan.  He earned a BA in History/English (Myth and Folklore) and MA in History from Midwestern State University.  He also earned a MIS in Library Science (Archiving) from the University of North Texas.  Robert lives with his family in the Austin area along with his three cats and three dogs.  He enjoys listening to audiobooks and his favorite books are works by J.R.R. Tolkien.  Robert has been with the Downs-Jones Library since October 2019.

 

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