Posts by Juli McLoone

Next Week at the Michigan Theater | Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent

Menu including Red and yellow tomato salad with goat cheese mozzerella and pancetta, Japanese eggplant timable with chilied crab, sauteed prawns with basil risotta or poached salmon with potato gratin and mushroom hollandaise or grilled bacon wrapped fillet of beeef with fire-onion brinoise. Includessignatures by celebraties

The Michigan Theater will be showing Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent next Tuesday, May 30 (4:15pm, 7:00pm, 9:15pm) and Wednesday, May 31 (4:15pm, 7:00pm, 9:15pm). Arrive early, and you may catch a peek at a slideshow of menus from Jeremiah Tower’s personal menu collection, housed here at the University of Michigan Special Collections Library in the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive.

Modernity and Print Culture

Students and professor looking at book, as described in caption.

In January of 2016, Professor Susan Siegfried reached out to Pablo Alvarez and myself with a proposal: a class focused on 19th century color plate books, tightly focused on the use of original materials, with weekly meetings in Special Collections and out-of-class assignments, drawing heavily on the private collection of Dr. James Ravin, MD, of Toledo. Would we facilitate such an endeavor? Could we?

New Online Exhibit | Jane Austen 1817-2017: A Bicentennial Exhibit

Screenshot of the online exhibit

The Special Collections Library is pleased to announce a new online exhibit: Jane Austen 1817-2017: A Bicentennial Exhibit. This exhibit honoring the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death was curated during Winter Term 2017 by students in English 313, taught by Professor Adela Pinch, Department of English, with exhibition assistance by Juli McLoone, Outreach Librarian and Curator, Special Collections Library, and Sigrid Anderson Cordell, Librarian for English Language and Literature.

Our Third Annual Selection of Pies for Pi Day

Title page of The new cyclopaedia of domestic economy and practical housekeeper :

For the past two years, the Special Collections Library has celebrated Pi Day (3/14) by sharing pie recipes from the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive (JBLCA). This year, we bring you a pair of pies from The new cyclopaedia of domestic economy and practical housekeeper...(1872), edited by Elizabeth Fries Ellet.


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