The University of Oklahoma has acquired a substantial collection of primary source material relating to the 1979 Iranian revolution. Most material is in Persian. Please see the attached guide from Dr. Afshin Marashi for complete information about the materials.
University of Oklahoma Farzaneh Family Center for Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies "Pre-1979 Revolution Iranian Political Pamphlet Collection."
Special Collections @ OU Libraries & Archives On Campus
The University of Oklahoma Libraries has several special collections that have primary source materials:
Chinese Literature Translation Archive - A wide range of rare books, reference materials, translation drafts, correspondence, notes, ephemera, and other historical materials that provide context for Western readers to gain a deeper understanding of Chinese literature. Bizzell Library's 4th floor (BL 414). (405) 325-6973.
History of Science Collections - Materials from every field and subject area of science, technology, and medicine, ranging from 1467 to current publications. Bizzell Library’s 5th floor west (BL 521NW). (405) 325-2760.
Around campus, there are also archives, including:
The American Organ Institute and Archives and library, whose archives consist largely of of the American Theatre Organ Society Collections donated to the institute in 2012. See https://arc.ou.edu for their discovery portal.
There is a significant collection of primary source material reproduced on microfilm or microfiche. Most microforms are held in off-site storage; please use Sooner Xpress to retrieve them. Microform readers are on the fourth floor. See this guidefor more information.