The UFV Heritage Collection is a working collection of rare, unique and historically valuable material, consisting primarily of books and other material related to the people and communities of the Fraser Valley. This primarily published collection is intended to preserve and make available components of the historical record for researchers and the public. Founded by librarian Anne Knowlan in 1988, the collection was given a home with a $2,000 donation to Fraser Valley College from the Chilliwack Rotary Club. In the spring of 2011, the Heritage Collection was moved from the Chilliwack Campus library to the Abbotsford Campus library.
Source: The Reach P5233
Source: VPL Special Collections, Historical Photographs,#964
Source: The Reach P1233
Source: The Reach P1029
Source: The Reach P1788
The following are the guidelines for accessing Heritage Collection Materials which are located in the Abbotsford Campus library:
Note: If faculty desire to spend some time in Heritage Room they may do so if a librarian is available to go into the room with them. It may be necessary to make an appointment. Contact MaryAnne.MacDougall@ufv.ca or ext. 4410.
The following are the procedures for handling items in the collection:
Donations to the Heritage Collection are a true gift of knowledge. Donations not only help us broaden and enrich the collection, they also help us replace damaged titles too. Gifts to the collection follow the policy outlined in the Collection Development Policy for the UFV Library. See "collection of policies in special areas, section 5 - Heritage Collection", on page 5 of the policy.
What the Heritage Collection needs:
Your gifts to the Heritage Collection are tax deductible.
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