Featured Collections & Projects
Animal Rights and Animal Welfare Pamphlets, 1874-1952 (MC 456)
Around 400 rare pamphlets, promotional advocacy, and education materials relating to the moral, social, medical and political dimensions of the social movement around animal advocacy, animal rights, and animal welfare.
Animal Rights Network Records, 1903-2003 (MC 351)
Correspondence, office files, reports, clippings, publications, mailings, and audiovisual resources documenting the activities of the Animal Rights Network.
Animal Welfare Institute Records, 1930-2003 (MC 344)
Administrative files of both the AWI and the Society for Animal Protective Legislation (SAPL), files on legislation, subject files on regional activities, publications, books, photographs, and audiovisual materials.
Argus Archives Records, 1914, 1931-2004 (MC 338)
The Argus Archives served as a resource for other humane organizations around the world. Collection focuses on the daily treatment of animals and characterizes the efforts of humane organizations in North America, Europe, and Asia to stop abuse through humane education and legislation.
Culture and Animals Foundation Collection, 1985-2001 (MC 320)
Historical and financial records, correspondence, programs, artistic portfolios, and other items dating from 1985 to the present.
Tom Regan Papers, 1951-2001 (MC 236)
Tom Regan Papers was an NCSU Philosophy Professor. His work provides much of the philosophical and ethical underpinnings for the contemporary animal rights movement in the United States. Correspondence, research files, drafts, published articles, audio visual materials, and artifacts.
Wim Dekok Animal Rights Collection, 1930-2015 (MC 566)
Publications, leaflets, clippings, articles, and photographs from national and international animal rights organizations, spanning many countries, including Germany, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Australia. Published in a variety of languages. Topics include animal cruelty, vivisection, the meat industry, strays and pet keeping, whaling, fur, and bullfighting. The collection includes correspondence from Prof. Sjoerd Hofstra (1898-1983) of the Netherlands, former Chairman (1961-1973) of the World Federation for the Protection of Animals.