For more information on university records, contact Jennifer Betts, University Archivist and Assistant Director for the John Hay Library Special Collections, at 401-863-6414 or Jennifer_Betts@brown.edu.
For more information on photos, scrapbooks, and other items related to Pembroke College history, contact Ray Butti, Senior Library Specialist Special Collections, at 401-863-2148 or Raymond_Butti_Jr@brown.edu.
For more information on alumnae papers, contact Mary Murphy, Nancy L. Buc ’65 Pembroke Center Archivist, at 401-863-6268 or Mary_Murphy1@Brown.edu.
For more information on oral histories, contact Amanda Knox, Assistant Archivist, at 401-863-6268 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the definitive reference work on the history, people, and places of Brown University, please use the Encyclopedia Brunoniana by Martha Mitchell, available in print and online.
Other published sources:
Anne T. Weeden, The Women's College in Brown University, Its Origin and Development (1912)
Grace Hawk, Pembroke College in Brown University; The First Seventy-Five Years (1966)
Jay Barry and Martha Mitchell, A Tale of Two Centuries: A Warm and Richly Pictorial History of Brown University, 1764-1985 (1985)
Polly Welts Kaufman, ed., The Search For Equity: Women at Brown University, 1891-1991 (1991)
Janet M. Phillips, Brown University: A Short History (2000)
Ted Widmer, Brown: The History of an Idea (2015)