Category Archives: Martha Bace

2014 Cool@Hoole Year in Review

By: Amy Chen, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow 2014 was the first calendar year I edited Cool@Hoole! Take a moment to revisit my favorite post from each month this year if you haven’t been following us for very long or if you’d like … Continue reading

Glimpses of the Great War Abroad and At Home, I

By: Martha Bace, Processing Archivist This week, we are featuring a series of blog posts dedicated to our current exhibition up in the Pearce Foyer of Gorgas Library. The exhibition, “Glimpses of the Great War, Abroad and At Home,” was … Continue reading

Glimpses of the Great War Abroad and at Home, II

By: Martha Bace, Processing Archivist This week, we are featuring a series of blog posts dedicated to our current exhibition up in the Pearce Foyer of Gorgas Library. The exhibition, “Glimpses of the Great War, Abroad and At Home,” was … Continue reading

Glimpses of the Great War Abroad and at Home, III

By: Martha Bace, Processing Archivist This past week, we featured a series of blog posts dedicated to our current exhibition up in the Pearce Foyer of Gorgas Library. The exhibition, “Glimpses of the Great War, Abroad and At Home,” was curated … Continue reading

Interview with Martha Bace, curator of Passion for History

By: Martha Bace, Processing Archivist Hello! Thank you for speaking with Cool@Hoole about the process of creating A North Alabama Clergyman’s Passion for History: Preserving Black History through Words and Images, currently mounted in the Pearce Foyer of the Amelia … Continue reading

Remembering Joyce Lamont, Part III

Joyce Haguewood Lamont passed away on February 22, 2014. Widely recognized for her work in historical preservation and her expertise on the history of the American South, Lamont excelled in her ability to promote the profession of librarianship. She became a … Continue reading