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HOW TO USE THE ARCHIVEHow to Use the Archive
VISITOR INFORMATIONVisitor Information
CITING ARCHIVAL MATERIALSCiting Archival Materials
PRODUCTS OF AHC RESEARCHProducts of AHC Research
POPULAR RESEARCH TOPICS
POPULAR RESEARCH TOPICSPopular Research Topics
DUPLICATION SERVICESDuplication Services
Major areas of collecting include Wyoming and the American West, the mining and petroleum industries, environment and natural resources, journalism, military history, transportation, the history of books, and 20th century entertainment such as popular music, radio, television, and film.
AHC collections go beyond Wyoming's or the region's borders and support a wide range of research and teaching activities in the humanities, sciences, arts, business, and education. Total manuscripts and archives holdings are roughly 90,000 cubic feet (or nearly 17 miles) of material.
The American Heritage Center supports a variety of scholarly activities through the grants and fellowships we offer. For more information please see our grants and fellowships page.
The American Heritage Center takes pride in supporting the educational mission of the University of Wyoming and offers research, bibliographic and course development assistance to instructors and students.
We welcome instructors to bring classes to the American Heritage Center and our staff is eager to work with instructors to make every class visit an exciting and productive experience.
Pay for AHC products and services with an invoice number.
Pay for Anaconda Collection memberships, Anaconda scanning services, etc.
Use this form to contact the Reference department with a research request.
If you have used AHC resources in a published work, and would like to inform the AHC of this, as well as have the work featured on our Products of Research page, please use this form.
Use this form to submit a request for a digital or photographic reproduction of material from AHC collections.
Please use this form to request suitable collections to digitize in whole or part for access in our digital collections repository.
Appointments are recommended for casual visitors; but required for any class or group visits, as well as individual researchers needing to see specific items. Please contact reference services to make an appointment at 307-766-3756 or firstname.lastname@example.org.