The Alabama Collection is a continually expanding collection consisting of published materials in a variety of formats, made up of publications in whole or in part about Alabama, by Alabama authors, or published in Alabama.
This collection includes books, journals, magazines, newspapers, and other published materials. Among the Alabama Collections' many strengths include: local and county history materials; pamphlets and other ephemeral publications pertaining to Alabama and aspects of Alabama history, life and culture; books by Alabama authors of all kinds; publications by University of Alabama faculty; published materials from The University of Alabama including The University of Alabama's school newspaper, The Crimson-White (established in 1894 and current issues available online at www.cw.ua ); UA's literary publications, Marr's Field Journal and Black Warrior Review; and published UA materials such as course catalogs and bulletins, telephone directories, football media guides, and other such publications. The Alabama Collection also holds a full run of the University of Alabama's annual/yearbook, the Corolla. The Corollas are housed as ready reference in our reading room. Unpublished materials housed in University Archives, photographic collections, manuscripts, and artifacts serve as companion materials to the published works in the Alabama Collection.