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Documenting missionaries and Indians: The Archive of Myron Eells.
(Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 2016)
A visual journey through Leonard and Virginia Woolf’s personal library and other Woolf related collections at the Washington State University Libraries
Shortly after Leonard Woolf’s death in 1969, Washington State University purchased the bulk of Leonard and Virginia Woolf’s personal, working library: some 9,912 books. Since this initial acquisition, librarians in the ...
Conserving Early Modern Books
This session will describe grant-funded conservation work underway to treat damaged books printed before 1800 held in the department of Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections (MASC). By utilizing modern conservation ...
The Columbia River Basin Ethnic History Archive: A tri-state online history database and learning center
(Library Hi Tech, 2/13/2007)
Abstract: Purpose – This paper aims to describe the three state digital archive collaboration between the Washington, Oregon, and Idaho state historical societies, and Washington State University, a multi-campus university. ...
Challenges and Leadership, the Tenure of WSU President Ernest O. Holland (1915-1945)
This poster will examine tumultuous events during the tenure of WSU’s longest serving President, Ernest O. Holland (1915-1945). The research is part of a newly commissioned publication, the Washington State University Press ...
Digital Archives: History 438/596
This small hands-on seminar will provide history students the opportunity to apply their research skills in the creation of an online digital archive. As part of the planning for this final project, we will examine nationally ...
Audio Slide Show. 17th century alive Renaissance books give 1600s glimpse
(WSU Today, 6/5/2008)
Along the dark hallways – in the vaults of Terrell Library - there are rooms where thinkers and artists of the Renaissance still seem to come alive. “It’s like being able to go back into a 17th century bookstore and browse," ...
WSU's rarest book? Frederick Meserve's Historical Portraits
This essay explores the unusual purchase of one of the rarest books produced in the twentieth century.