Category Archives: holidays

#ThrowbackThursday: An Archives Halloween

*Post written by James Wethington, library assistant of the University Archives and Special Collections. The University Archives and Special Collections has dressed up for Halloween the past few years and used different literary works ranging from children’s literature to gothic … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, America! Remembering America’s Bicentennial

*Post written by James Wethington, library assistant of the University Archives and Special Collections. This year, America celebrates her 241st birthday: that is quite an accomplishment; however, just like milestone birthday, people go all out to celebrate. Similar things happened … Continue reading

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Continued Coverage of Holiday Reading Cheer!

So, it’s still the holiday season, and guess what? More holidays! More traditions! More awkward small talk with your extended family you  only see once a year! Today, we discuss a number of classic holidays, from religious to cultural to … Continue reading

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Christmas Time Reading

It’s Holiday season! Gifts, decorating, family, friends, music- it’s a great time of year! And what better way to celebrate than at the library! There are lots of things right here full of stories, information, and history of just about … Continue reading

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