George Fox University Archives

University Libraries Zine Collection Edit


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  • 2003-2018 (Creation)


  • 1.5 Cubic Feet (Whole)
    The Zine Collection is stored in Archival quality pamphlet holders and each zine is individually placed in a polyethylene sleeve.

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  • Scope and Contents

    The University Zine Collection is a growing collection of zines dating from 2003 to the present that cover a wide range of topics, including the Pacific Northwest regional history, culture, personal narratives, social movements, literature, mythologies, and history; zine history, culture, and creation; art, architecture, and design topics; Christianity, faith, and religious thought.

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Zines do not circulate but are open to public use during regular library hours where they are stored in the Special Collections Room. Zines are library use only unless authorized by the University Archivist or Art & Design Liaison Librarian.

  • Accruals

    The Art & Design Liaison Librarian is the selector for the Zine Collection. The Art & Design Liaison Librarian collaborates with the Archivist and Head of Access Services to maintain the collection. New zines are processed in the Archives and finding aids are made available in ArchivesSpace. An inventory of the Zine Collection is conducted annually by the Access Services Department. Student work must be submitted by a sponsoring faculty member. George Fox Zines will be digitized and made available in the Digital Commons. The selection of materials for the collection from items received as gifts will be governed by the same criteria that govern the selection of purchased items. The library reserves the right to dispose of duplicate and unwanted material as it sees fit, unless prior arrangements have been made. George Fox libraries will not be responsible for a monetary statement to the donor for tax purposes; however, a gift acknowledgment form can be provided to the donor.


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