The Phyllis Schlafly Library and Archives is a working library serving Phyllis Schlafly Eagles and the Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund. Resources in the library and manuscript collection will be of value to researchers interested in the history of conservatism as it emerged after the Second World War. The collection contains thousands of items of audio and video media, largely of Phyllis Schlafly’s speeches, media appearances, debates, and interviews.
The archives also contains two non-circulating book collections, a library donated by Phyllis Schlafly, and the Rosalind Kress Haley Library. These two collections contain approximately 293 linear feet of restricted and non-restricted material.
The Phyllis Schlafly Center Library and Archives are open to researchers on a restricted, by-appointment-only basis. Researchers must contact us.
Finding aids for manuscripts and library collections are located on this site. A finding aid for the audio collection is available on-site. Photocopying services are not available.
Located in downtown Clayton, the Phyllis Schlafly Center, which houses the Library and Archives, is 15 minutes from Lambert International Airport and within walking distance of several hotels.
The Phyllis Schlafly Center is proud to host:
The Rosalind Kess Haley Library
The Rosalind Kress Haley Library provides a extensive collection of books and pamphlets for researchers. In addition, the library houses the Haley Rare Book Room, which is restricted to the public. This library is non-circulating. Catalogues for the books and pamphlet and rare books collections can be found on site.
The research library is categorized into sections on Conservative Classics, Politics and Social Issues, European and Military History, Asia, USSR, United States History and Biography, and the Norman Dodd and Larry McDonald Collections.
Phyllis Schlafly Center | 7800 Bonhomme Ave., St. Louis, MO 63105 | PH: (314) 721-1213