Below is a list of our available publications. To request by mail we ask for a $5.00 per volume fee to cover shipping and handling. Be sure to include the name and address where the items(s) are to be shipped. Please make checks payable to: Miami University Libraries.

to request copies: Contact William Modrow, Head, Walter Havighurst Special Collections and Archives.

Our mailing address is:
The Walter Havighurst Special Collections and Archives
Miami University Libraries
151 South Campus Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056

  • Finding Freedom: Memorializing the Voices of Freedom Summer edited by Jacky Johnson; available for purchase from the Miami University Press.
  • Western College For Women by Jacqueline Johnson.
  • “There Can Never Come a Second Home Half so Sacred”: Selected Documents of Miami University, 1873-1931 Edited by Betsy Butler; foreword by Kate Rousmaniere.
  • “With Sentiments of Respect and Affection”; Letters of Old Miami 1809-1873 Edited by Betsy Butler; foreword by Andrew Cayton.
  • History of the Miami University Libraries by Elizabeth H. Baer.
  • Murder in the Stacks by Marion Boyd Havighurst.
  • You Have Nothing to Learn from Me: A literary relationship between George Bernard Shaw & Rodolfo Usigli by Ramón Layera & Katie Gibson; foreword by J. Kerry Powell.
  • The Impostor, a Play for Demagogues by Rodolfo Usigli; translated from the Spanish by Ramón Layera.
  • Men Call Me Lucky: Mark Twain and the Pennsylvania by Edgar M. Branch.
  • Steamboats on the Inland Rivers John H. White, Jr.
  • Collection of Recipes from the Miami University Libraries Staff.
  • Footpaths & Bridges: Voices From the Native American Women Playwrights Archive by Shirley A. Huston-Findley and Rebecca Howard.
  • Performing Worlds Into Being: Native American Women’s Theater edited by Ann Elizabeth Armstrong, Kelli Lyon Johnson, and William A. Wortman.

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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.