Category Archives: Nancy Dupree

We went viral, Part II

By: Nancy DuPree, Curator of the Williams Collection Despite the excitement over the Lincoln letters covered in Monday’s post, the documents themselves appear rather ordinary. The paper has yellowed over the years, although the writing is still strong and clear. … Continue reading

We went viral, Part I

By: Nancy DuPree, Curator of the Williams Collection On the website of the Papers of Abraham Lincoln database, a news release dated August 11, 2014 proudly headlined “New Lincoln Papers Found in the Heart of Dixie.” The article that follows announces … Continue reading

Recent Acquisition: James McClung Sieg journal

By: Nancy Dupree, Ph.D, Curator of the A.S. Williams III Americana Collection Editor’s Note: The James McClung Sieg journal currently is on display in the reading room of the W.S. Hoole Library. Visit these reading room display cases for a … Continue reading