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The papers of British author Graham Greene are now open to the public after careful reprocessing. Researchers will find the collection streamlined, with a more in-depth and detailed finding aid available online. Prior to this work, the collection was described in segments with finding … Continue reading
During this Spring 2011 semester, I’ve already received calls and e-mail’s from many professors who are using the resources available at the Burns Library in their classes. Professor Stacey Barone’s “Introduction to Professional Nursing” class will be doing an extra … Continue reading
In keeping with the spirit of our hands-on Edward Gorey-Graham Greene Exhibit and to continue our spooky Halloween theme, I’d like to introduce you to this book: Cautionary Tales for Children: Designed for the Admonition of Children between the Ages … Continue reading
Edward St. John Gorey (1925-2000), artist, ballet fan, and Tony Award-winning costume designer, is well known for creating the animated title sequence of PBS’s Mystery, but Gorey is also the author and illustrator of over 100 beloved, humorous, and sometimes … Continue reading