This page will discuss the typical collection page: what information you can glean about the materials and how to navigate it. It will also show you how to generate that same information as a single document -- a Finding Aid -- for reading online or printing.
A Finding Aid is a document that helps the user understand a collection -- what it contains, who created it, and how it's arranged.
The Finding Aid lists the box numbers for all materials in the collection. It will also give the collection name + number, which are generally important to know when requesting materials.
If you'd rather have this collection information formatted as a Finding Aid (a single document), the interface allows you to generate one that you can save and/or print. Look for the PDF icon in the top right corner of any collection page:
To access materials at our repository, you need to know the collection name and number + the box number(s) you want to see -- here's an example of where that info is in the online interface: