About Us/UCLA Archive
About The Archives
In 2008, the ACNP Archives found a new home at the Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library at UCLA, where historians Joel Braslow and Marcia Meldrum and archivist Russell Johnson have created new tools to make the archives more accessible and valuable to ACNP members and other scholarly researchers. Please visit the new Archives website at http://cshn.pendari.com/, and discover links to major papers in the history of neuropsychopharmacology, and individual finding aids to the ACNP’s organizational Records and to the associated Collections, which currently include the CINP Collection compiled by Oakley Ray, the Collected Papers of Frank Berger, Robert Domenjoz, Robert Kellner, Eva and Keith Killam, Heinz Lehmann, Oakley Ray, and many others.
Visitors to the website are able to link directly to the digital archive, where materials of special interest are posted as downloadable .pdf documents. These are readily searchable by name, date, and subject. Not all of the ACNP Archives are available on the website. ACNP members, or others, who want to do onsite research in these archival collections are welcome to make personal visits.
The archives staff welcome questions and suggestions from members, queries about donations of papers and memorabilia, and visits to the website and to the Archives at UCLA. For more information about donations, please read Donating Materials to the Archives.
For More Information
For further information, please contact the archives as follows:
Joel Braslow, Marcia Meldrum, and Russell Johnson
History and Special Collections, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA
Los Angeles CA 90095-1798
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