Happy Birthday to the John J. Burns Library’s Blog!

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About a year ago, we introduced the John J. Burns Library’s Blog to the world with our first post.  Since July 2010, this blog has published weekly posts about the Burns Library’s collections, services, events and exhibits.   In addition to our loyal friends and colleagues,  the John J. Burns Library’s Blog now has readers from all over the world.  So on our blog’s first “birthday”, I sincerely thank all those of you who contributed to the ongoing efforts of this blog and, of course, our faithful readers. Some of my favorite posts during this past year include the Belloc-Hogan Love Letters, the changing of the tapestry in the Ford Tower and the Stephen Fuller Letterbooks.  If you missed any of our posts from the past year and would like to check them out, then you can catch up by reading the Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 review posts.   These two posts list and link to the posts from the prior semester.  Keep reading to learn more about the John J. Burns Library’s collections, events and exhibitions.  Enjoy the slideshow of images above from our blog and help us spread the word about the wonderful collections here at the John J. Burns Library by linking and/or subscribing to this blog.  You can also find links to our weekly posts every Monday on the John J. Burns Library’s Facebook page.  If you have an idea for a post, then please contact me at 617-552-4861 or justine.sundaram@bc.edu.  Thanks again for all of your support and I look forward to hearing from you!

About John J. Burns Library of Rare Books and Special Collections at Boston College

Located in the original Bapst Library building on Boston College's Chestnut Hill campus, the John J. Burns Library offers students, scholars, and the general public opportunities to engage with rare books, special collections, and archives.
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