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Richey is Back!

After some technical difficulties, we are pleased to finally announce the re-launch of our Samuel W. Richey Collection of the Southern Confederacy digital collection!. This collection includes over 700 pieces of correspondence relating to Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate

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Exhibit Extended, Collection Expanded

We are very pleased to announce that our exhibit about the history of student broadcasting, and now, Live from Miami…, has had its run extended into the fall semester! The exhibit will now be on display until Fall Break, October

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Postcards in the News

Last week, WVXU in Cincinnati aired a story about our postcards collection. Don’t worry if you missed it, you can read and hear the complete story online: Wish You Were Here: How Old Postcards Are Finding A New Audience

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A New Exhibit in Special Collections & Archives

I am very excited to announce the first exhibit being held in the new Special Collections & Archives space! As we move closer to finishing with both the renovations and the Archives move to the top floor of King Library,

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Passing Reality

Most of the digitization work I do here involves old books and postcards. Don’t get me wrong, the Shakespeare Folios are amazing just to hold and the postcards collection is my favorite project, but every once in a while I’m

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Mystery in the Vault: Ethiopian Prayer Book

You can skip straight to the prayer book by clicking here As librarians we always want to know as much as possible about every book we have. But sometimes that is not always possible. One of my favorite ‘mysteries’ that

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The run of our exhibit and now, Live from Miami... has been extended into the fall semester! The exhibit, which celebrates over fifty years of students in broadcasting at Miami, will now run until Fall Break, October 13th.