Join us online this Thursday 18 November at 7 pm EST for a virtual walk through a selection of artists' books preserved in the Special Collections Research Center!
Posts on November 2021
This is a wonderful, complex historical novel about a group of Smith College graduates who go to France during World War I to give aid to French villagers whose homes were devastated by the German invasion. The novel focuses on Kate and Emmie, two friends from very different backgrounds, and how the tensions created during their time in the war zone threaten to destroy their friendship. Author Lauren Willig paints an unforgettable portrait of life in the war-torn French countryside.
Explore a recently acquired item from our new Jewish Salonica Postcard Collection.
We have a few exciting things to announce. Firstly: Starting on Monday November 8th, we'll be expanding our hours to Monday-Friday 1-7pm. Secondly: We'll now be open for same-day online reservations and walk-in reservations. Thirdly: The CVGA is open despite most of the Duderstadt Center basement being closed. Lastly: We have new games! So come visit us.
Join the Special Collections Research Center next Tuesday (9 November) at 4 pm EDT for our third After Hours virtual open house of the term exploring a selection of manuscripts containing the sacred texts of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam!