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Browse our Instagram!This clipping of MLK Jr. speaking is part of a folder of material about to the reaction of the Newton College of the Sacred Heart to his assassination, posted with related material on a campus bulletin board in Apr 1968.Sir Gawain & The Green Knight got a lot of likes in 2021. Did you see the movie??Are you as obsessed as we are? #wordle #librarianlifeTomorrow is the anniversary of Boston’s North End #MolassesDisaster of 1919. While the event itself had more to do with manufacturing munitions than cooking, we prefer cooking, and offer these suggestions for observing the day. Make some:
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The Connolly Book of Hours is an illuminated manuscript held by the John J. Burns Library. This manuscript was created in mid-fifteenth century France, a time and place when Books of Hours were produced and bought in great numbers. The … Continue reading
The Connolly Book of Hours, a fifteenth century illuminated manuscript held by the John J. Burns Library, is now available online to scholars, students and admirers everywhere. Digital imaging of illuminated manuscripts requires advanced photographic techniques in order to maintain … Continue reading