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Now on view at the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, 333 Cedar Street. Birth control, more widely available with the advent of “the pill,” is the subject of these large posters from 1968-69. Marketed to college students, the posters’ messages mocked politicians and traditional values in...
The following information on recently acquired and processed collections was assembled by Alison Clemens, Head of Processing. Manuscripts and Archives has recently acquired and completed processing for several collections and additions to existing collections. We look forward to making these...
Flier on the "dangers" of Judge Anthony J. Scirica
Recently in Manuscripts and Archives, work was completed on the Edward R. Becker Papers (MS 1929). Judge Becker was a Yale Law School alumnus who served in two federal courts, the District Court of Eastern Pennsylvania and Court of Appeals, Third Circuit. He was renowned for his due diligence on...
Archives of famous British literary couple add to holdings in 20th century British literature The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University just announced its acquisition of the papers of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, prominent figures in English arts and letters in...
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 4:00 PM Kline Biology Tower (KBT), CSSSI 24/7 Study Room 219 Prospect St., New Haven, CT 06511 M odern 3D acquisition systems are able to rapidly digitize an object geometry with high accuracy and resolution, producing massive digital models with billions of samples....
The Yale University Library offers several services to help you "get" material from its print collections, and from print collections at libraries around the world, including through Borrow Direct, Interlibrary Loan & Scan and Deliver. "Get It @ Yale" here: http://guides.library.yale.edu/...
Measles lab notebook entry for January 25, 1954. John Franklin Enders Papers (MS 1478), Series III, Box 102, Folder 5.
The following post was authored by Genevieve Coyle, public services assistant in Manuscripts and Archives. We often turn to the past for answers to problems we are facing in the present. While science does not move backwards, it can still be interesting, perhaps even useful to look back and...

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