Welcome 2006 Navajo Studies Conference Participants! The Center for Southwest Research (CSWR) collects, preserves, and makes available a large variety of materials to help document the culture and history of the Diné in historical and contemporary times, from both native and non-native perspectives. Our unique archival holdings include manuscripts (personal papers, government and business records), oral histories, photographs, sound recordings, and even architectural records. The Center also maintains many books, dissertations, journals, videos, audio tapes, newspapers, and microfilm relevant to Navajo studies.
University Libraries, Center for Southwest Research
Massmann, Ann. "Navajo Studies: Archival Collections at the Center for Southwest Research." (2006). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/inlp_nsc2006/1