Category Archives: Acquisitions

New acquisition: Hard Times punk fanzine

Special Collections has newly acquired Hard Times, a punk fanzine that was published in Maywood, New Jersey. The magazine was focused on the punk rock scene of New York City that featured letters, interviews, pictorials, and cartoons. The original run of the … Continue reading

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New acquisition: Daniel Teoli book of 1970s culture in Hollywood and LA

Special Collections has recently acquired a book of photographs by Daniel Teoli, a social documentarian. The book is titled Portfolio: Peering into the world of 1970s Hollywood and LA. The black and white images are primarily from street photography, and focus … Continue reading

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New Collection: Laura E. Hudson Petroleum and Geology Teaching Aid

This week the University of Tulsa Special Collections and Archives received a new collection from Laura E. Hudson. This collection consists of 115 handmade illustrated petroleum and geology flash cards. These cards were used by the Amoco Oil training center … Continue reading

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New Acquisition: The Apple Tree

McFarlin Library Special Collections has acquired a new addition to our Cherokee language collection. The Apple Tree (PZ7.1.T437 2015), written by Cherokee author Sandy Tharp-Thee and  illustrated by Oklahoma artist Marlena Campbell Hodson, is a children’s book in English and Cherokee that … Continue reading

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James Ronda Jazz Library

The Department of Special Collections and University Archives has received the James Ronda Jazz library and the James Ronda Library over a period of time now. The Special Collections librarians have completed cataloging the collections this week,and they will be available … Continue reading

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New Acquisition

The Department of Special Collections has received this recently published booklet.  Lucy London, Women Casualties of the Great War in Military Cemeteries. Volume 1: Belgium and France. (D628.W66 2016). This is the first of an expected series that will record … Continue reading

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Christine Kermaire’s Schengen’s Kit

Special Collections has recently acquired an artist book created by Christine Kermaire. Schengen’s Kit: Rules and advices for survival of refugees at sea was inspired by Kermaire’s experiences while on a boat in Greece during the summer and fall of … Continue reading

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New acquisition, Jack C. Rea library of Science Fiction

The staff recently began moving in the Jack C. Rea Library of Science Fiction, approximately 81 linear feet of hard cover first editions and first bound editions of the works of Science Fiction authors from the 1930s to the 1990s.  … Continue reading

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New Acquisition (just in time for tornado season).

This week the department of Special Collections and University Archives has acquired a set of 24 cabinet card mounted photographs mostly taken in Indian and Oklahoma Territories and generally of Native American related subjects. The collection was assembled by Esther … Continue reading

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New Acquisitions: YA Author and TU Grad Lindsay Smith

Special Collections has recently acquired three books written and signed by YA author and 2005 TU graduate Lindsay Smith. Sekret and Skandal are a two-part series about Soviet teenagers in the 1960s with paranormal and psychic powers recruited to work for intelligence … Continue reading

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