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Category Archives: Archives & Manuscripts
Being called upon to help decipher bad handwriting is an occupational hazard for the staff of the Burns Library, home to hundreds of linear feet of correspondence written by thousands of individuals – political and religious leaders, literary figures, bank … Continue reading
George V. Higgins is one of Boston College’s most notable literary alumni. Author of over thirty novels and non-fiction works, Higgins began his illustrious writing career as a BC undergraduate student. Editor of the Stylus literary magazine, writer for The … Continue reading
Imagine yourself deep in the heart of the Middle East. The sun is sweltering, and you are moving from section to section at an archaeological site, watching other workers as they trowel and sift their way through sand and dirt. … Continue reading
As the current processing project winds down, the archives department at the Burns Library thought it would be interesting to share some of the other projects we’ve completed in the last year. One of the most exciting projects turned out … Continue reading