The Bialik House archive primarily contains a selection of manuscripts from the national poet's diverse works of poetry, prose, translation, editing etc. In addition, the archive houses a large corpus of letters written and received by Bialik in his correspondence with authors, intellectuals and leaders, as well as with ordinary people who approached him with questions of public or personal significance. In the visual realm, the archive contains photos of Bialik - including personal photos of him, family photos, and pictures of public events in which he participated, in Israel and abroad.
The archive was established on the basis of the collection of manuscripts that Bialik had kept, to which various materials were added around the opening of the Bialik House to the public in 1937. The archive constitutes a major element of the Bialik House which also serves as a museum that commemorates Bialik's work and as a cultural center that hosts literary events on both classical and contemporary themes.
The Bialik House archive is a focal point for everybody interested in or doing work on Bialik. It is a source of .scholarly studies of Bialik and his legacy that appear in literary, journalistic and internet outlets