Collection Description: Margaret Lydia Klann (1911-2000) was an archery instructor at Arizona State University (ASU) from 1945 to 1976. Klann also founded the National Archery Association College Division, helped to form the Arizona State Archery Association (ASAA), and served as a U.S. Olympic Archery Committee member on the National Archery Association Board of Governors.
Collection Description: The Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami Libraries houses several collections of interest to sport scholars. Three of these collections pertain to individuals who either were athletes or sponsored sport events in Cuba. Other sport resources include historical photographs, ephemera, or serial publications from Cuba. Users are encouraged to browse through their library catalog.
Collection Description: The German-American Collections include the records of national and local immigrant organizations, as well as the papers of local families. Particularly significant are the national and local records of the North American Turners, a social organization of German origin whose focus is physical fitness and sports and the propagation of German culture. Collection includes:
Our new Fall books and paperback releases are available now for purchase through our publisher, the University of North Carolina Press, and Spring books can be pre-ordered. Below are descriptions of the books with hyperlinks to each title’s page at the Press.
Collection Description (from finding aid): This collection offers researchers access to an important body of primary material. The scope of the collection, its historical value and factual content will provide opportunities to study the complex nature of the Olympic Games, including the role politics have played in the history of the modern Olympic Games during the 20th century.