by Bibliographic Section, Program of Eastern African Studies, Maxwell Graduate Scool for Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University in Syracuse, N.Y .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Nathan W. Fedha and John B. Webster.|
|Contributions||Fedha, Nathan W., Webster, John B., Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Program of Eastern African Studies.|
|LC Classifications||CD2363 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
The list below include entries of microfilm collections covering the Kenyan Archives owned by the Syracuse University Libraries. The list comprises broad document titles, the microfilm numbers, and the reel numbers as they are shelved in the Library's microfilm collection, currently housed on the 3rd floor of . The Guide is a compilation of 6 sections accessing approximately microfilm reels of documents within the collection of the Kenya National Archives. Documents in the collection include archival material of the British colonial government in Kenya up to the mid ’s. For more information, refer to the Kenya National Archives subject by: 4. reels from the Kenya National Archives microfilm collection, on u. xi of the Guide to the Kenya National Archives, is out of date. For request to use the Binns diaries, the researcher should contact the Africana Bibliographer, Area Studies. Depart~ent, Bird Library, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. Permission of the donorCited by: 8. Kenya. Kenya National Archives & Documentation Service (Nairobi, Kenya) Kenya National Archives Microfilm Collection at Syracuse University Library -- Guides (Syracuse, New York) The list of document titles and microfilm reel numbers; plus visitor : Yuusuf Caruso.
The Microfilm Catalog is the primary tool to assist you in locating spec ific microfilm publications of the National Archives. It is designed to allow you to see a descripti on of the records contained in each microfilm publication and to show which National Archives repositories hold that microfilm publication. Syracuse University Libraries Home. Search this the Syracuse University Libraries Site. Search the Libraries Site: Classic Catalog. Course Reserves. Research Guides. Video: Welcome to the Syracuse University Libraries. Latest News and Events. Latest News and Events. Years of Tradition at Syracuse University: A Digital Exhibition. University Microfilms International, Founded in , has become a leading book price comparison site: Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide. "Syracuse University is one of two repositories of the microfilm collection of the KNA, produced in the 's through a joint grant with the National Science Foundation, the government of Kenya, and the Program of Eastern African Studies of Syracuse University (no longer in existence).
Offers digital access to guides to the Kenya National Archives that are available largely on microfilm. Compiled by the Syracuse University Libraries, New York. This UK National Archive collection of photographs spans over years of African history, from the s onwards. Historical Note Student publications have been a facet of Syracuse University since its early days. The Syracuse Herald was the first newspaper published by Syracuse University students, with its first issue published in Several weekly and biweekly publications followed in the first twenty years after the founding of the University, including The Syracusan, The University News, The. A Guide to Units of the Microfilm Collection, Reels University Microfilms International Published by Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, (). Periódicos Obreros Puertorriqueños from Colección Junghanns at the University of Puerto Rico, and (c) our general historical newspaper collection in microfilm. Be cognizant that the issues within Centro Pre Publications do not follow any alphabetical or chronological sequence.