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Tag Archives: MS-341
Tony Hall, former United States Ambassador to the United Nations and Congressman, visits Special Collections and Archives
Special Collections and Archives was honored to have Tony Hall, former Ambassador and Congressman, visit the archives last week to do research in his papers. Accompanying Hall was his former advisor and chief of staff, Rick Carne. Hall donated his … Continue reading
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Archives News – November/December 2014
Did you have a good holiday season? We did! Here are some highlights of what we were up to in November and December: In November, we installed two exhibits on the second floor of Dunbar Library. One exhibit focuses on … Continue reading
Fresh Exhibits on the Second Floor
This past week, we installed fresh exhibits on the second floor of Dunbar Library, replacing the exhibit on the university common text The Fault in Our Stars by librarian Kathy Reynolds. In connection with National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week (Nov. … Continue reading