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By: Amy Hildreth Chen, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow Spring’s sprung all across our collections! Let’s investigate what’s sprouted. Among our literary collections are Martha Young’s papers. Martha Young wrote the poem “The Keys of Spring,” although you can see that was … Continue reading
By: Chris Sawula, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow Hi Chris! Thanks for agreeing to speak to us about your role in the University Libraries. We’re so glad to have you on board. First off, tell us a little bit about yourself. I’m … Continue reading
Utricularia juncea, Eriophorum, Lefhamthus, and Azalea visersa, in bog just N. of lake; 3:22 pm, Lake Ronkonkoma, New York. Diazo print, Cyanotype. From the Roland McMillan Harper photographs collection, W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library.
Roland Harper with camera Roland Harper in full field gear with hound Today in Gorgas Library room 205, Elizabeth Findley Shores will talk about her book, On Harper’s Trail: Roland McMillan Harper, Pioneering Botanist of the Southern Coastal Plain (UGA … Continue reading
Camp kitchen and cooking staff, Central Coal and Iron Company, undated The Eugene Allen Smith Collection spans more than four decades from the late nineteenth century to early twentieth century. The collection depicts Smith’s field work and travels. E.A. Smith … Continue reading