This year marks the 60th anniversary of Milton S. Eisenhower Library, dedicated to “dreams of scholarship” on November 7, 1964. As part of a yearlong celebration, the Sheridan Libraries invites alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends to reminisce and share stories, reflections, and memories of “MSE.”

Contributions will be kept as a permanent record of the building’s history in the University Archives, whose mission is to collect, preserve, promote, and provide access to Johns Hopkins University history. Submissions may be used on digital channels, such as social media, web, and email. If you have any questions about the submission process or if you would like to donate physical materials, please contact Katie Carey, Hodson Curator of the University Archives, at

MSE Memories Submission Form

What’s your MSE story? We want to hear about whatever aspect of your experience with MSE you wish to share. Please feel free to submit your memories in any format, including written responses to story prompts, documents, photographs, and audio/video recordings.

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Write Your Story

Respond to any or all of the prompts.

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