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The Anaconda Geological Documents collection was accepted by the University of Wyoming in 1987, and membership categories have been established to accommodate corporate and professional use (Gold, Silver and Bronze levels), non-commercial use (including historical and academic researchers), and government agency access.
The Anaconda Geological Documents Collection is indexed in a database and is searchable by country, state, county, project name, commodity, and author. Searches in the Anaconda database are available at no charge, and can be tailored to specific inquiries. Results can be downloaded directly from the website, or can be sent by email upon request.
Anaconda Collection Memberships entitle researcher access to the collection material on site by advance appointment, weekdays only. Six types of memberships are available. All appointments for on-site collection use are finalized two weeks in advance. Copy/Scan orders placed long-distance can be processed as soon as membership fees have been paid.
The Anaconda collection is just one of several hundred collections related to economic geology part of the American Heritage Center holdings. It is the only collection that requires a membership for access. Learn more about the holdings on our geology subjects page.