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Archive: October, 2011

If You Could Choose Anything

If you could choose anything in a library to share with others what would you pick? Would it be an ancient scroll with a map of a curious mine in Asia? Would it be a rare illuminated manuscript created in the middle ages? Or would you look for a handwritten document by Oliver Cowdrey? Or …

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Need A New Outlet?

If you have spent much time in the library you have probably stepped over a student or two who have chosen to study in a hall or doorway simply because that is where they could find and outlet to plug their laptop into. Or perhaps you have tried the level 5 steeplechase where you jump …

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Enter Our Archive Contest

The L. Tom Perry Special Collections announces the second annual I Found It In The Archives essay and video contest, sponsored by the Society of American Archivists.   The contest is designed to show how items and information found in the nation’s archives touch peoples’ lives. We are particularly interested in how your research in the …

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