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Scholastic Magazine Records

Identifier: SCO

Scope and Contents

Three subscription books (1877-1913), two letters, a typewritten draft of an article reporting on a track meet (circa 1944), and photographs. The archives also holds bound volumes of the magazine and maintains a digital collection of issues, 1867-2011.

The Scholastic photograph collection dates from the 1960s and is an ongoing collection. The formats range from prints, negatives, slides, and digital. The Archivist noted in the finding aid when a particular image was published, if known.


  • Creation: 1877-[ongoing].


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Conditions Governing Access

Access to university records in any format (paper, digital, photographic, or audiovisual) is governed by state and federal laws, University of Notre Dame policy, and the University of Notre Dame Archives Access Guidelines and is subject to review under the supervision of the Head of the University Archives.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to publish or publicly disseminate reproductions of any material obtained from the University Archives must be secured from the University Archives and any additional copyright owners prior to such use. Please see Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use of Material for additional information.

Biographical / Historical

Scholastic Magazine is the University of Notre Dame's student magazine. It aims to offer the Notre Dame community insight into campus news, events and issues, while simultaneously providing entertainment and humor. First published in 1867, Scholastic is the nation's longest running collegiate publication.


5 linear inches; 8 linear feet of photographs; digital files.

Scholastic Magazine Records
University of Notre Dame Archives
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Repository Details

Part of the University of Notre Dame Archives Repository

607 Hesburgh Library
Notre Dame Indiana 46556 United States
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