The Nabb Research Center at Salisbury University is a humanities research laboratory that fulfills the historical resource needs of a variety of community researchers. These online collections and exhibits have been selected from the vast archival and artifact holdings relating to Delmarva history and culture, the history of Salisbury University, and special collections that span across American history in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Surveyor's compass made by Goldsmith Chandlee for Darby Ensor (1741-1825). Darby Ensor was the deputy surveyor for Baltimore County. He surveyed lots…
Photographs, documents, and artifacts from the Leland Starnes Papers in the University Archives
AUGUST 2016 - DECEMBER 2016
The libraries at Salisbury University have traversed a long and storied road from the first College Library to the new Academic Commons. What began in cramped quarters in 1925 expanded into its own building—Blackwell Library—which, despite major renovations to meet student needs in 1975, has since been outgrown. Now the library has its new home within the Guerrieri Academic Commons. Yet, the libraries at Salisbury University continue to be, in the words of Germaine Greer, “Reservoirs of Strength, Grace, and Wit.”