Answered By: Harry L. Whitlock II
Last Updated: May 09, 2017     Views: 47

The Grace Raymond Hebard Collection, named after an early UW librarian and history professor, is the largest and most extensive component of the Chisum Special Collections Department located in Coe Library on the main UW campus. These are books, articles, and other material collected by Hebard. These items focus on Wyoming and the West. This library guide has more information about the Hebard Collection within the Emmett Chisum Special Collections Department.

Please note that the above collection is different from Grace Raymond Hebard's personal papers, which are held by the American Heritage Center. The AHC is located off of Willett Drive across from the UW Arena Auditorium. The website of the AHC provides more information about accessing these records. A listing of the papers is available here.

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