Special Collections Moves to New Home

Almost 50 special collections have moved from the Rose Library to the second floor of the Methodist Center…Now calm reigns and with it our gratitude to Norman Tomlinson of Miami, Florida, whose $1 million gift made this project possible. Students, faculty, and visiting scholars will find it easier to access the extensive special material since it now resides in one location.

Visions, The Library Newsletter– Fall 2013

Special Collections Moves to New Home — Zuck Collection of Botanical Books — Leaving Your Mark — Interview with Jonathan Rose — Methodist Digitization Project Tops 3,000 Images — The Kean Room Mural – An interpretation — Departures — Governor Kean Speeches Go Digital — Byron Society of America Continues its Support — Upcoming Library Events — Library Exhibits

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Library Graffiti, Starting the School Year

Scrawled shortcuts through the research maze… “Libraries are full of hints to life’s great puzzles.” –Avi Steinberg Summon that Source! Our new service searches nearly everything and then provides a variety of faceted limiters to let you pinpoint exactly the information you need. Find it on the library’s main page: http://www.drew.edu/library   Encyclopedia Britannica online: […]

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Exhibit: Renaissance Painting in Early Printed Books

August 26-September 27 The students enrolled in Art History 258/The Art of the Book in the Fall of 2011 designed this exhibition to demonstrate the range of Renaissance painting that could be found in early printed books in the Drew Library collection, from Venice, Rome, and Nuremberg, including author portraits, white vine borders, and hand-painted woodcuts. Curated […]

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