- 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
Category Archives: Medicine
J.A.C. Colston WWI diaries.
During World War I, the use of trenches was common for both sides of the fighting. The conditions in the trenches were poor, they were often dirty, wet and cold and the toilets commonly overflowed causing medical problems such as … Continue reading
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Tulsa activist Barbara Santee has died
Barbara Santee, a Tulsa-born activist and graduate of The University of Tulsa, died aged 81 on November 7, 2018. She had worked in the TU Center for Health Policy Research, and was also an executive director for the Oklahoma state … Continue reading
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Alice Welford WWI photograph album and military nursing lecture journal, 1911-1918
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
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