Answered By: Leah Loscutoff Last Updated: Sep 22, 2015 Views: 15
As libraries move toward shared digital content, Special Collections distinguish the cultural legacy of an institution. Did you know that researchers from across the world come to Stevens to see the F. W. Taylor manuscript collection? Or, that Special Collections has one of the finest Leonardo da Vinci facsimile collections in North America? A copy of the only Leonardo work to appear in print during the Master’s lifetime is at Stevens. The story of the Stevens family runs parallel with the development of the United States, from the revolution to modern industry. The Special Collections department preserves the cultural legacy that will define the Institute for generations to come. For more information, please visit our web site and browse our digital collections.