Support Special Collections

The Special Collections gratefully accepts gifts in a variety of ways. Gifts to the Special Collections are tax-deductible. Your generosity benefits the entire UMBC community as well as visiting researchers and helps the Library execute its mission to fulfill the information needs of a research university with a distinctive undergraduate and graduate experience and to offer the highest quality resources and services for UMBC's growing and evolving teaching, learning, research, and service environment. You can help the collection reach its full potential by making a gift online, sending a check, and by donating materials (in-kind gifts). Thank you for your support!




Donate Online

Donate online at: http://retrievernet.umbc.edu/support

Please be sure to put Library Special Collections in the "Other Designations" box.

There are other Special Collections funds and endowments to which you may contribute rather than the general "Library Special Collections" fund:

  • The UMBC Library Joseph Larkin Arnold Endowment Fund
  • The Martin and Rita Seplowitz Saltz Endowment Fund
  • The John Addison Price Bell Fund
  • The Bunting Family Library Fund
  • The Richard and Alwilda Scholler Jacquish Archive Fund
  • The CBSA Archives Fund

For the complete list and descriptions of funds and endowments, see: https://library.umbc.edu/friends/donations.php

To donate to any of these funds, please include the fund name in the "Other Designations" box.


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Send a Check

To donate by check, send a check made out to the "UMBC Foundation" specifying Library Special Collections (or the name of the fund you wish to support) on the "memo" line of the check or in an accompanying note to:

Administrative Offices
Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery
UMBC
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250

For the complete list and descriptions of funds and endowments, see: https://library.umbc.edu/friends/donations.php


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Donate Materials (In-Kind Gifts)

If you would like to contribute photography, books or archival materials to Special Collections, please contact Acting Director and Curator Lindsey Loeper. She may be reached at 410.455.6290 or lloepe1@umbc.edu.

To donate UMBC related materials to the University Archives, please see the Records Management Policy.


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