- Roger Easson Library of William Blake mention | From McFarlin Tower on Roger Easson Library of William Blake
- Marc Carlson on Edward Charles (E. C. E. Hemsted) Correspondence
- Reinaldo Figueredo on Edward Charles (E. C. E. Hemsted) Correspondence
- An Unexpected Find | From McFarlin Tower on Sir Rupert Hart-Davis Collection
- Walt Whitman and the History of Special Collections | From McFarlin Tower on Walt Whitman Poetry Reading to be held next Thursday, April 19
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Because of the weather, the university (and so Special Collections) will be closed tomorrow, February 1, 2011.
Rodger Jacobsen’s The Reader (2010) is the latest work of art to make its home at McFarlin. Located in the Frances O’Hornett Grand Foyer, the bronze statue welcomes patrons to the library.
What’s the difference between a hobo, a tramp, and a bum? Find out in The Milk and Honey Route: A Handbook for Hobos by Dean Stiff (pseud. of Nels Anderson); illustrated by Ernie Bushmiller (1931). A humorous guide compiled after … Continue reading
“Alexandre Hogue: An American Visionary–Paintings and Works on Paper” is currently on exhibit at the Art Museum of South Texas through April 3, 2011. Hogue, head of the art department at The University of Tulsa from 1945-63, is known for … Continue reading
The Pottery collections (Henry McPherson, Quintus Herron, F. E. McEvoy, and Rennard Strickland) have been moved to remote storage. They remain available for use, with advanced notice.
You may have noticed with the last posting that we’re making a small change to how we present information about the collections, and specifically new acquisitions. We are going to be acknowledging more clearly the donors who have made these … Continue reading