Location

While our main office is located in The Joseph W. Martin, Jr. Institute for Law and Society, our collections are housed in two separate locations on the Stonehill College campus, The Joseph W. Martin, Jr. Institute for Law and Society and Cushing-Martin Hall.

Joseph W. Martin, Jr. Institute For Law and Society

  • The Stonehill College Archives*
  • The Stanley A. Bauman Photograph Collection
  • The Joseph W. Martin, Jr. Papers
  • The Michael Novak Papers
  • The Brockton Shoe Museum Collections

Cushing-Martin Hall

  • Arnold B. Tofias Industrial Archives
  • Ames Family Collection
  • Ingram Industrial Collection
  • The Brockton Shoe Museum Collections
  • The James "Lou" Gorman Collection

 *Certain College Archives artifacts as well as the Daily Homestead Archaeology Collection are stored in Cushing-Martin Hall

Hours

Spring 2020 Hours (January 13-May 8)

Operating Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Hours for Researchers:
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

  • Appointments are required
  • Research appointments must be scheduled a minimum of one (1) week in advance
  • Research appointments are subject to availability
  • We cannot accommodate off-campus (i.e., anyone other than Stonehill faculty, staff, and students) walk-in research appointments

Tours:
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

  • Appointments are required
  • Tours must be scheduled a minimum of one (1) week in advance
  • Tours are subject to availability
  • We cannot accommodate off-campus (i.e., anyone other than Stonehill faculty, staff, and students) walk-in tours

Appointments

Archives staff are unable to accommodate off-campus (i.e., anyone other than Stonehill faculty, staff, or students) walk-in researchers, tours, or general inquiries. 

Research appointments and tours should be scheduled at least one (1) week in advance, with the exception of  the Arnold B. Tofias Industrial Archives, Ames Family Collection, Ingram Industrial Collection, James "Lou" Gorman Collection, and the Daily Homestead Archaeology Collection, which require at least two (2) weeks advance notice. Scheduling is subject to staff availability and requests are managed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please see below for our current hours for researchers and tours. You may call 508.565.1121 or email barchives@stonehill.edu to schedule a research appointment.

Martin Institute – 2nd floor, room 208

The Archives and Historical Collections Department hosts collections that document the history of Stonehill, Southeastern Massachusetts, and/or support the mission of the College.