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What is the Elephant Research Collection at Wayne State University?

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The Jeheskel (Hezy) Shoshani Library Endowed Collection (formerly known as the Elephant Research Foundation Library, or ERFL) is a diverse collection of information and display resources about elephants and their relatives, both past and present.  Here is more detailed information on the  Jeheskel (Hezy) Shoshani Library Endowed Collection:

All resources are accessible via the WSU Online Catalog at:

This collection is open for research by appointment.  Usage of the materials is limited to the Purdy-Kresge Library building where this collection is located in a new Special Collections Room.  

To access materials from this collection, please contact Cindy Krolikowski, the Special Collections Coordinator, at or Nancy Wilmes, liaison librarian for Biological Sciences, at

Please see additional details on this collection in the Guide:  Rare Books and Special Collections in the WSULS at this link (under the Elephant Collection tab):


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