Archive for October, 2017

A Spooky Week in Special Collections

Insects

Get into the Halloween spirit with this week’s list of links from the Special Collections & Archives Tumblr:

Marbled Monday Page Fright: Endpapers from All Souls’ Night by John Kelly.

CREEPY CRAWLERS!: A delightful infestation of specimen from Le Règne animal… published between 1836-49 and authored by George Cuvier, often referred to as “the father of paleontology.”

#Bookguts: Enjoy a few frightening GIFs from Encyclopédie moderne, Eustache-Marie Courtin, 1824.

Tumblr Blog Post Roundup and *NEW* Instagram for SCA

This weeks list of links for the Special Collections & Archives Tumblr.

The Ghosts of Rowan Oak, by William Faulkner

Janet Mary Riley: A Voice for Social Justice in Louisiana

William Carlos Williams’ Patterson

Also, check out our new Instagram account.

New Exhibit! Janet Mary Riley: A Voice for Social Justice in Louisiana

Come see our NEW exhibit on Loyola law professor, feminist, and social reformer Janet Mary Riley’s life and career.

The exhibit will be up through Spring of 2018 as part of the citywide NOLA4Women a citywide “series of more than 45 exhibits, performances, lectures, blogs and a new app [that] will shine a spotlight on the prominent role women played in creating the cultural, physical and social infrastructure of New Orleans.”

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The exhibit is located in the Special Collections & Archives on the third floor of Monroe Library in the Booth-Bricker Reading Room.

Stay tuned for more updates and events throughout the year!

SCA Digest: Archives+Paper+Black Cats!

On the Special Collections & Archives Tumblr blog this week, read about our Catholic Bookstore Archives and check out a recap of #AskAnArchivistDay. Over on Instagram, see some beautiful marbled paper and watch for black cats crossing your path!

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