COVID-19 FAQs

Get the most up to date information about our policies.

Read More

Today’s Hours:

All Hours & Directions

Terrell Main Library

8am - 9pm

Circulation Desk

8am - 9pm

Online Help Daytime

9am - 12pm. 1pm - 5pm

Terrell Library Scholar Studies and A-Level

Closed

Libraries Administrative Office

By Appointment

Azariah's Cafe counter service

To be determined

Audiovisual Department

To be determined

CIT Help Desk - Click for Assistance!

Online Only

Quantitative Skills Center

To be determined

Speaking Center

To be determined

Directions:

Location:

Mary Church Terrell Main Library
148 W College St. Oberlin, OH 44074-1545

Parking:

The main visitor lot is the east Service Building lot, and the south row of the Carnegie Building lot for visitors to offices within that building.

Terrell Main Library Floor Plans

Floor Plans

Other Libraries Hours & Directions

Learn More
Search icon

Sela G. Wright Collection

About the Collection

The Sela G. Wright digital collection offers an original Ojibwe language manuscript in the Oberlin College Archives compiled by Wright for his work as an educator and missionary among the Ojibwe tribe in Minnesota in the 19th century.

Wright was an Oberlin Preparatory Department student from 1840 to 1843 who worked with the Ojibwe tribe for over forty years, first as a missionary, then as an educator and evangelist. His grammar text and dictionary of Ojibwe words prove culturally significant for the tribe today. This digital project involved collaboration with Anna C. Gibbs, Tribal Elder and Spiritual Leader of the Red Lake Nation, Dr. Anton Treuer, Professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University, the Oberlin College Archives and Libraries, and members of the Oberlin College faculty, with technical support from the Center for Research Libraries.

Go To Collection

Request Materials From This Collection

Request Materials