The Karl Mundt Archives is a repository of historical materials that some may consider objectionable, offensive, or bigoted. Primary source materials are important resources in the study of culture and society. The Karl Mundt Archives takes our responsibilities in preserving and cataloging these materials seriously. We provide access to these materials for the purpose of scholarly research and analysis.
The Karl Mundt Archives recognizes that materials exist in the collection that contain offensive language, images, or other forms of objectionable media. These materials are documentary, and were created within the context of their original time-period.
Preserving and providing access to these materials does not endorse any attitudes, behaviors, or prejudices therein. The Karl Mundt Archives is committed to upholding principles of free and open access to unmodified historical information, and endorses a commitment to diversity and inclusion.