- McFarlin Library: A View from the Top | From McFarlin Tower on McFarlin Library blueprints are now available online
- Updated Digital Collections: Fall 2017 | From McFarlin Tower on World War I: 1917 – The Yanks are Coming exhibit
- Yevgeny Yevtushenko | From McFarlin Tower on Where did TU’s Picasso go?
- The Great War / World War I collections | From McFarlin Tower on Hugo “Hap” Gruenberg Collection
- Some new WWI Digital Collections uploads. | From McFarlin Tower on Hugo “Hap” Gruenberg Collection
Tag Archives: black history
This post is a few days late, because I couldn’t get into the office last week during the spectacular snowstorm we had! If you were affected by it, I hope you were as safe and warm as possible! I contemplated … Continue reading
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Black History Month is Here!
February is Black History Month! Melissa’s post about our new virtual exhibit unofficially kicks off our month of blog posts honoring such an important topic. We will focus our posts on the materials in Special Collections that highlight African Americans … Continue reading
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Greenwood 1921: Centenary
Special Collections and University Archives presents a new virtual exhibit, Greenwood 1921: Centenary. This digital exhibit site focuses on the images of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre that Special Collections has in our holdings. There is a full timeline description of … Continue reading