- Hawaiʻi Congressional Papers Collection
The Hawai'i Congressional Papers Collection (HCPC) preserves papers and memorabilia of thirteen of Hawaiʻi’s post-statehood members of Congress and its last Territorial Delegate, John Burns. The collection continues to grow with the addition of collections from Senators Daniel K. Inouye and Daniel Akaka.
- Manuscript Collections
The Manuscript Collections document the people, history, culture, and politics of Hawai'i, supporting research, teaching, and public awareness. Major collections include the Hawai'i War Records Depository, the Japanese American Veterans Collection, and the records of the Institute of Pacific Relations and related organizations.
- University Archives
The University Archives acquires, organizes, and preserves UH-related historical material and provides access and support for reference and research. Holdings consists of non-current university records of enduring value, and also personal papers of faculty, administrators, staff, and alumni.
NEW for 2021: The University Archives & Manuscript Collections have published a Spring Newsletter to its blog. Highlights of the issue include a note from the Department Chair, a celebration of Sherman Seki’s 30 year service award, detailed updates from the Hawai‘i Congressional Papers Collections and the University Archives, and a reflection from the Manuscript Collections.
2019: UH Mānoa Library is launching a new, online catalog for archival materials to make searching for relevant collections easier! This catalog currently has information on selected archival materials from the University Archives and Manuscript Collections, from the Hawaiian and Pacific Collections, and from the Charlot Collection. The catalog is a work in progress, and we will continue to improve and expand existing collection records—as well as add information about additional collections—as time goes on.