|Established in 1965, the Archives of the History of American Psychology is the world’s largest repository of manuscripts, monographs, media, and artifacts relevant to the history of psychology and related human sciences.|
|The collections document the history of psychology in all of its forms, tracing it from the laboratory rooms in the late nineteenth century to the hospitals, schools, and businesses throughout the twentieth century.|
The CHP is dedicated to preserving, organizing, and documenting these materials and making them available for research, scholarship, and interpretation.
Patrons now have remote access to CHP collections through CHP Digital Collections! This new online repository allows patrons to browse and search CHP collections online. Read more about it at the CHP Blog or visit the Repository to browse or search the collections.
Processing, preserving, and providing access to the AHAP's vast collections is the primary task of CHP staff.