East Asian Archival Collections

About

The USC East Asian Library owns many rare and unique archival collections including historic photographs, manuscripts, videocassettes, and maps. Our archival collection has strengths in Asian maps, Korean American history, Mao Zedong Writings, and Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal transcripts.

Access to Archival Collections
The USC East Asian Library archival collections are open to all students, scholars and the general public who wish to use our materials. Some of our collections are digitized and freely accessible to the public. All other archival collections materialsare non-circulating. Since most of our collections are located in remote facilities for preservation, patrons must request materials at least two business days prior to theirvisit. To use the collections, please contact Kenneth Klein, Head of East Asian Library, kklein@usc.edu

Use and reproduction rights
For information on permissions and rights regarding producing images from the East Asian Library's archival collections, please contact Kenneth Klein, Head of East Asian Library, kklein@usc.edu. In general, we follow the guidelines as established by USC Special Collections.

Donate
Donations are welcome and appreciated. All original materials can be returned to doners after digitizing. If you are interested in donating photographs, manuscripts, maps or any other materials to USC East Asian Library, please contact Kenneth Klein, Head of East Asian Library, kklein@usc.edu

China

Japan

Korea

For more information, please contact Joy Kim, Curator of Korean Heritage Library, joykim@usc.edu

Korean American

For more information, please contact Kenneth Klein, Head of East Asian Library, kklein@usc.edu
or Joy Kim, Curator of Korean Heritage Library, joykim@usc.edu

Asian American

For more information, please contact Kenneth Klein, Head of East Asian Library, kklein@usc.edu