Monthly Archives: June 2015

Ladies Almanack is being made into a film

Djuna Barnes’s 1928 novel Ladies Almanack is the inspiration for an experimental new film. The original text is a literary parody of the intellectual and lesbian social circle of Natalie Barney in 1920s Paris, with the main character based on Barney … Continue reading

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Digital collections: 1924 Booker T. Washington High School Yearbook

We’ve recently digitized and uploaded a fascinating piece of Tulsa history. Our copy of The Orbit, Booker T. Washington High School’s yearbook from 1924, is now available to look through on our ContentDM site at this link. Teachers, students, school … Continue reading

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Friday closing changes

McFarlin Library Special Collections and University Archives will be closed on the following dates: Friday, June 26 Friday, July 3 Friday, July 10 We will reopen each following Monday.

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New librarian Melissa’s new office

Since this is my first blog post with Special Collections, I thought it would be nice to show some progress pictures of the construction that Physical Plant has been doing on my new office.  

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Special Collections Summer Hours

Starting June 1st and ending July 31st, 2015, the hours of operations for McFarlin Library Special Collections and University Archives will be as follows: Monday-Thursday                 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Friday       … Continue reading

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