14.78 Linear ft.
The Library of International Relations collection contains records dating from 1933 to 2002 and fills 33 document boxes and 2 flat boxes, arranged chronologically. The extensive collection of papers date primarily from the 1980s and 1990s, although papers exist outside of those decades. The substantial part of the collection is made up of Consular Ball records relating to planning of the event, also present are records of meeting minutes and member lists, and correspondence spans the entire collection. Financial records are also abundant, including extensive ledgers and balance sheets, annual and monthly statements, and early statements of stock ownership, as well as settlement records from the estate of Miss ReQua. Miscellaneous records include bylaws, details on fundraising campaigns and development efforts, various records related to acquisitions and collection development, and records related to installation of artwork into the Library.
The Records of the Library of International Relations collection is available to the public by appointment.