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Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2005, Musselman Library Oct 2005

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2005, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

Table of Contents: From the Director: Zimmerman (Robin Wagner, Jeremiah Zimmerman 1873); Frankenstein Exhibit Coming; Faculty Donations (Don Hinrichs, Barbara Heisler, Neil Beach, Norman Forness, Frank Loveland, Gordon Haaland, Edwin Freed, James Pickering, Jack Shand, Teresa Amott, Ernest Keen, Jay Haymond, Sarah Wolfe Klos ’48, Reverend Frank W. Klos ’46); Friends Fund Exciting Projects; WWII Draft Notice Tells a Larger Story (Henry W.A. Hanson, Donald Gallion ’46, Bob Fortenbaugh ’44, Elmer McKee ’44, Michael Birkner ’72); Music at Musselman: Zorzal and Covington Quartet (Lina Smith ’06); Dan Gilbert Crosses the ‘Boundaries’; Annual Report of Library Gifts; Renew Your Membership (Dave …


Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2005, Musselman Library Apr 2005

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2005, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

Table of Contents: From the Director: “Forever Free” Abraham Lincoln Exhibit (Robin Wagner, Christina Ericson Hansen ’92, Gabor Boritt); Fortenbaugh Internship Expands (Julia Grover ’06, Anne Kennedy ’05); Bontanicals Brighten Browsing Room (Jim Ramos); Asian Art Award Announced (Karen Drickamer); Apache Visions: Exhibit Features Skateboard Art; Barbara Holley Establishes Preservation Fund for Library (Barbara Holley ’54); Library News: Athletic Windfall, Reading Al Fresco, Library Tunes, Newspaper and Magazine Browsing, Majestic Theatre Exhibit, Civil War Manuscripts, Oral History, FoML Helps New Voters (Henry T. Bream ’24, Jack Bream ’57, Robert C. ’62, Marsha Parker ’62, Dr. William Sunderman Senior ’19, Jake …