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This exhibit is all about hand lettering including medieval manuscripts, hand written books, 19th century penmanship textbooks, pens and inkwells, examples of contemporary calligraphy, personal handwritten journals and letters, writing desks, a "doodle wall," and much, much more! Click to read more.
Jane Carlin, Library Director, had a chance to connect with Bristol, England based artist Linda Parr this past summer. As a result, Collins Library is pleased to share Parr’s work in the Collins Library. The display (in the Reading Room) showcases the project Postcards for Perec. Georges Perec was a French novelist and filmmaker. Click to read more.
In a previous Collins Library Links, we shared information on University Archives and Manuscripts. Today we share information on our special collections. The University of Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections is home to hundreds of linear feet of books, including rare materials, artists’ books, and zines. Click to read more.
Collins Library recognizes Indigenous Heritage Month, which can also be called Native American Heritage Month. Check out our display of books in the front of the library and browse through the Library of Congress' page that provides links to a number of important primary sources.
Thank you to the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity for allowing us to use their wonderful posters for the display and the image above!