The Culver-Stockton Archives is located on the first floor of Johann Memorial Library in rooms 105, 107, 108 and 110. The Archives were created to house historical records and artifacts of this institution and to preserve and maintain those records and artifacts in an accessible manner. The campus Archives contains items from the days of the founding of Christian University in 1853, through the renaming of the institution to Culver-Stockton College in 1917, to present day.
Many unique and irreplaceable items are housed in the Archives including 1800s ladies dress attire, various sports memorabilia, academic records and yearbooks, and college catalogs. Files from previous presidents, collections from professors and alumni and many other interesting items are also included. Some past yearbooks are available to individuals for a donation.
- Room 105 - audio records, tapes and CDs, visual tapes and films as well as trophies and plaques.
- Room 107 - the main Archive office, rare and antique books and artifacts.
- Room 108 - files touching on all areas of campus life, photos and campus publications.
- Room 110 - the Greek room with information on fraternities and sororities through the years.
Patrons may use the Archives to seek information, retrace college memories, and do historical research. All Archives may be read or resourced at workstations in rooms 107 and 108. Research assistance is available.
Contact Carla Steinbeck, C-S Archivist at (573) 288-6569 or (573) 288-6321 (please leave a message).