With the use of various finding aids, the Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives provides access to historical collections and the university's official archival records. Researchers will find descriptive information at the collection, record group, record series and folder level. Resource and staff limitations prohibit description of materials at the item level. Major themes of the archives' collections include labor activity, local government, and political activity in the Upper Peninsula. Many Upper Peninsula- and NMU-related newspapers are available on microfilm. Significant collections include the President's Office Subject and Correspondence File (1901-1989), the John D. Voelker papers, the Dominic Jacobetti papers, Oral History Interviews, the Citizens to Save Superior Shoreline records (1967-1989), and the Cleveland Cliffs Iron Mining Company records.
Search the Archive's Manuscript collections and selected University record series.