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Radical Reformation/Anabaptist studies: Archives and Special Collections

Digging deeper

Baylor Libraries have substantial collections in Religion, Theology and Church History. And owing to historical and theological affinities, you will find plenty of material in our collections with which to familiarize yourself and get started in researching topics in the Anabaptist movement.

Should you need to borrow or consult materials from libraries that specialize in collecting Anabaptist historical materials, OCLC FirstSearch is an efficient way to track down hard to find items.

A list of North American archives and special collections with collections of Anabaptist/Mennonite material is also provided on this page, to indicate regions especially rich in Anabaptist primary and secondary sources.

 

Archives and Special Collections

Below is a list of links to Anabaptist and Mennonite libraries and archives (throughout the United States) with special collections in Anabaptist studies:

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