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The Berg Fashion Library features 7,000 easy-to-search images as well as full-text searching across e-journals, e-books, and reference works such as the ‘Encyclopedia of World Dress.’ This interdisciplinary content is great not only for scholars of fashion but also for those interested in...
Charles Ives seated
  September 9, 2018 The Irving S. Gilmore Music Library has completed an eighteen-month project to digitize and stream online a collection of early, rarely heard performances of works composed by Charles Ives.  The project provides extraordinary new global access to the work of one of the...
Survivors and witnesses describe their experiences during the Holocaust period. Included are a Jesuit priest who was a seminarian in Hungarian-occupied Czechoslovakia; a Jewish woman who was a young girl in Łosice, Poland; another who was deported from the Warsaw ghetto to Majdanek; a Jewish male...
The Windham Campbell Prizes Literary Festival celebrates the work of the 2014 winners of the Donald Windham-Sandy M. Campbell Literature Prizes, annual awards that honor literary achievement and provide writers with the opportunity to focus on their work independent of financial concerns. The eight...
Welcome back and Happy New Year from the Yale University Library! Ask Yale Library http://ask.library.yale.edu/ connects you with librarians who can help you throughout the year! Chat services will resume on January 6th.
The new exhibit "Celebrating Yale History in Manuscripts and Archives" is now on view through October 11 in the Memorabilia Room, Sterling Memorial Library. The Manuscripts and Archives Department in the Yale University Library is a treasure trove of resources documenting the history of Yale, from...
Thursday, January 23, 2014 - Friday, May 2, 2014 Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library foyer 3 33 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT 06511 This exhibit celebrates a new collection of medically themed sheet music recently donated to the Medical Historical Library by William Helfand, retired...

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