2 edition of Rare books in the McKissick Library. found in the catalog.
Rare books in the McKissick Library.
South Carolina. University. Library.
1952 in Columbia .
Written in English
|Statement||Compiled and annotated by Elisabeth D. English, assistant librarian.|
|Contributions||English, Elisabeth Doby.|
|LC Classifications||Z881 .S7275|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||52009215|
Upcoming Online Library Survey of Patron Satisfaction Within the next month everyone in the School of Medicine will be notified of an upcoming web-based survey. Coretta Scott King, for her courage and determination to continue the work for peace and world brotherhood. Major events during this time period included the completed conversion from Cutter classification to Dewey in the early s, and the collection underwent the addition of Government Documents to the third floor area. It also explores the ways in which what happened there has been understood and remembered, by its own participants and by subsequent generations.
Letters discuss slaves and race relations, largely giving insight into white perceptions. As counsel Motley was involved in almost every important civil rights case of the era. Four floors were to be added underground, and the three existing floors, which was about 30, square feet, were remodeled and an extension built onto them. A former janitor reported books and furniture moving around in the early morning hours. The majority of the collection falls between andand is primarily correspondence concerned with personal and family affairs.
Ellis Middle School. Corsicana, Navarro County Courthouse. Oliveira Memorial Library. Scottie Fitzgerald material: extensive holdings related to her work with Professor Bruccoli on Fitzgerald projects.
Report on measures to accelerate utilisation of irrigation water
Foreshock seismic-energy-release functions
Letters of Marque
Debt collection in the health professions student loan program
How to plan buy-sell agreements.
Introduction to special education
Defences of Unitarianism, in three parts
When we collided
The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church
Four Short Stories
Issues in international telecommunications
Portraits & gastroscopes
The goal of the project is to educate staff of small libraries and museums in South Carolina regarding inexpensive collection care techniques.
Elna Spaulding was the group's founder and first president. See, for example, the material on the Tulsa race riot of in the papers of the Duke University Oral History Program. McKinney Public Library.
Congressman from to Tennessee Hendersonville, Robert E. From plantation journals, estate accounts, diaries and slave lists, scholars have reconstructed black family life, religious culture, work patterns, and social structure.
Librarian Beverly Tetterton said some mornings she has found files spread out on a reading-room table when she had put everything away the night before. Also included are documentary and personal films shot in Liberia in the s; among them a birthday party for the daughter of a middle-class family, a film on Liberian industry and life narrated by Sidney Poitier and funded by the U.
Scott Fitzgerald Collection, both through gifts from the Bruccolis and through selected purchase. InMcKissick's collection totaledbooks. January in New Orleans. Of particular interest are two letters from a former Thomas slave dated the early s.
The plan included a design to decrease racial segregation in the public schools serving the housing projects. University Librarian W. One staff member reported hearing someone running up the steps outside her office door when no one else was around.
Material from the s tend to be more personal, consisting of Rosser's correspondence with her daughter Mattie and with her niece June. June 4, marked the opening of the new library, eventually named Thomas Cooper, and the torch was passed, thus ending McKissick's days as a library.
Milby High School.
Thomas Cooper Library has evolved over the years with the addition of new collections and new technology. She dug in to a position and wouldn't let go in the face of all kinds of threats, evasion, obfuscation, and delay. His letterbook and his wife's journal of outline the work of a bureau agent and speak to the chaos and destitution surrounding those ex-slaves who flooded Augusta in the wake of the war.Inscriptions: more than 40 books inscribed by Fitzgerald as well as books inscribed to him by such authors as James Joyce, T.
S. Eliot, John Dos Passos, Gertrude Stein, and Ernest Hemingway. Scripts and adaptations: copies of Fitzgerald's own screenplays, together with other writers' adaptations of his work for stage, screen, radio and television. Rare Books: To search for rare books in the Mortimer Rare Book Collection, please see the Five College Library Catalog.
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