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SCUA supports student success by providing opportunities for internships, capstone projects, practicums, student workers, and volunteers. Their projects include conducting research and archival processing, creating libguides and story maps, creating exhibits, and writing blog posts. Some of the experiences in SCUA lead to external internships and job opportunities in the field. Online University Archives Exhibit […]

Manuscripts World War II Era Homefront Propaganda Poster Created and first distributed in 1943, this poster conveyed the attitude of winning the war effort through cooperation and collaboration. Rare Books The Novel That Created the Genre: The Castle of Otranto, A Gothic Story Generally considered to be the first gothic novel at its initial publication […]

by Audrey Sage Every scrapbook tells a unique story. Looking through scrapbooks that were created by women who have served in the military throughout the last century is a very special experience. Snapshots share a moment in time that can only briefly capture the experience of the veteran. There are playful photos, very serious images, […]

Preservation Specialist Audrey Sage Honored by the Staff Senate Preservation Specialist Audrey Sage was honored by the Staff Senate for her many contributions to Service Committee, including her work with the Angel tree, the UNCG garden plot, the Spartan Open Pantry food drive, the Teacher Supply Warehouse drive, the Veterans Day card signing event, and […]

MANUSCRIPTS THREE WWI ERA POSTERS Three recent additions to the 20th Century Poster Collection include these World War I era posters demonstrating the role women played in supporting the war efforts. From left to right, “Women of America Work for Victory,” which depicts “Columbia” as participating in the home canning work promoted by the National […]

An exhibit featuring gardening trends fromWorld War I through the 1970s highlightingmaterials in the World War I andHome Economics Pamphlet Collections July 6, 2009 – January 4, 2010 EUC Connector WORLD WAR I Inspired by the devastating food shortages in Europe, Charles Lathrop Pack promoted gardening on the homefront. The National War Garden Commission was […]

 
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