St. Andrews Archives

The University Archives documents the heritage of St. Andrews and those institutions that preceded it:  Flora Macdonald College in Red Springs (1896-1961) and Presbyterian Junior College in Maxton. (1929-1961). The current Archives location on the first floor of DeTamble Library was dedicated in 2009, and provides a wonderful place to step back into our proud and rich history. We are indebted to all the alumni who have donated time, money, and materials to keep our heritage alive.

 

Student yearbooks, newspapers, academic catalogs, and student handbooks from Flora Macdonald College, Presbyterian Junior College and St. Andrews are now online at DigitalNC.org.

Relive your college days.
Remember old friends and professors.
Revisit your clubs, teams, and college events.

Start your searching here: Digital NC: North Carolina's Digital Heritage

The collection was made possible by the N.C. Digital Heritage Center in Chapel Hill in collaboration with the State Library's NC ECHO project.

Finding Aids
Index to the College Archives
(contains the list of record groups)



Specific Record Groups
St. Andrews University
St. Andrews Presbyterian College
Flora Macdonald College
Presbyterian Junior College
Elise Academy
Governor's School East

Special Collections
St. Andrews Collection
Amos Abrams Collection
Special and Rare Books Collection
Sieber Ezra Pound Collection


 

How to use our Finding Aids

To help a patron know whether a collection will be useful to his/her research, archivists describe collections (also known as "record groups") in finding aids. These finding aids may include box inventories, folder inventories, summaries, and other information.

Example:
As appears in the index:
St. Andrews College Press SAPC 16, Box 1
In the record group list:
SAPC 16: Auxiliary organizations and activities
Box 1: St. Andrews College Press
Visiting Special Collections and Using Materials
Researchers may visit the College Archives during the Library's regular scheduled hours. To facilitate needs and obtain assistance, researchers must make an appointment to use the resources of the Archives Collections. Contact Mary McDonald to do so.

 

Research via Mail, Email and Telephone
DeTamble Library does not normally provide services to researchers who are unable to personally visit the College Archives. The Director of DeTamble Library may consider a request for such service due to special circumstances. Such service, if approved and provided, will incur a cost to the requestor. The Library will provide the requestor with an estimated cost.

 

Contact Information:

Mary McDonald
Director, DeTamble Library
910-277-5023
mhm@sa.edu
 
Thomas Waage
Library Resources Coordinator
910-277-5025
waagetf@sa.edu
 
Hours:
Regular Semester Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9:00 – 4:00
Intersession Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9:00 – 11:00 noon
 

 

Location:
DeTamble Library
1700 Dogwood Mile
Laurinburg, NC 28352
First Floor