Author Archives: Marc Carlson
In the first week of April, 1917, the United States finally entered the World War, in response to not only of the German determination to return to unrestricted submarine warfare, but also the continual espionage against United States industry by … Continue reading
TU houses the late Nobel Prize-winning author V.S. Naipaul’s entire archive
Post by Tracy Ashby Nobel laureate Sir V. S. (Vidiadhar Surajprasad) Naipaul died in his London home on Saturday August 11, 2018 at age 85. He was known for his fiction and non-fiction novels, travel writings and essays, and autobiographic … Continue reading
Post by intern Tracy Ashby In 2007, the Department of Special Collections acquired a collection of letters that belonged to Bert Hebbes, a British Rifleman during the First World War. The Bert Hebbes WWI Letters archive, Coll No. 2007.017 is … Continue reading
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As has been discussed before, the Alice Welford archive is available for research. It has been recently reprocessed to take advantage of the new ArchivesSpace Archival Catalog we are now using. Please take a look at it, if you are … Continue reading
The Department of Special Collections and University Archives will be closed July 4th in observation of Independence Day in the United States.
The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, Booksmart Tulsa, The Taven restaurant, the James Joyce Quarterly and Guthrie Green will host a Bloomsday Irish Brunch in the Brady Arts District in downtown Tulsa. The event will take place in the cultural corridor (alley) behind … Continue reading
For the months of June and July, The University of Tulsa is closing at 12.00 on Fridays. Therefore, Special Collections will also be closed on Friday afternoons.