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Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2010, Musselman Library Oct 2010

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2010, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

Table of Contents: From the Director: Open Stacks (Robin Wagner); Save the Date: Books and Reading in the Australian Outback; Library Gets Makeover; Honor with Books (Gregg Williams ’10, Karen Pinto); Call for Entries for 30th Remembrances; GettDigital: Theatre Arts (George Muschamp ’66); Naval Civil War Broadside Purchased; Focus on Philanthropy (Paul Muchinsky ’69, Karen Drickamer); Glatfelter Lodge Glass Windows (J. William Warehime ’50, Jean LeGros ’73); Paulette and Students Shift Books Over Summer (Paulette Bount, Ross Nicholas ’13); Exhibits: Classes, Photo of the Day (Lucy Marinova ’12, Munya Choga ’12, Jennifer Lazuta ’07, Kathy Cain, Michael Hobor ’69, …


Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2010, Musselman Library Apr 2010

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Spring 2010, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

Table of Contents: From the Director: In House Book Repair (Robin Wagner); Hobor Gives Library a Shopping Spree (Mike Hobor ’69, Robin Wagner, Kathy D’Angelo); Save the Date: Hidden Histories; Book Binding Terms; Basket from Sophomore Class (Andrew Ferreira ’12, Mary Evangeliste); What’s New in Special Collections: Battle of Pickett’s Charge, “Tartaria”, and Confederate Bond (Karen Drickamer); Exhibits (Mike Hobor ’69, John Kovaleski, Eileen Stillwaggon); Gettdigital: Journey to the Mediterranean (Katherine Downton); Librarians go Behind Scenes of Cyclorama (Christine Ameduri, Janelle Wertzberger, Meggan Emler Smith '04); Tribute to Robert Fortenbaugh '44 and Fortenbaugh Interns (Lina Smith Terjesen ’06); Hundreds of …