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Please join us for a reception to celebrate the new media wall exhibit “Streams of Sustainability at Yale.” The exhibit emphasizes sustainability as it relates to energy, environment, food, education and materials management. Included are images of the online Yale Energy Usage Explorer tool, the...
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...
For some, the phrase “born digital resources” may be unfamiliar, but Ricky Erway, Senior Program Officer at OCLC Research wrote a brief essay entitled Defining “Born Digital”, which provides a handy, working definition: “items created and managed in digital form.” Manuscripts and Archives, the...
Brass: Kinda Blues - Jazz Concert August 14, 5:15pm Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Save the date for this concert celebrating music from the first golden era of jazz and stage. Among the Beinecke and Yale Library collections are letters and photographs relating to great American...
May 22 – July 31, 2014 Memorabilia Room, Sterling Memorial Library This exhibit celebrates the prolific publishing output of the members of the Yale College Class of 1964, which is celebrating its 50th reunion this year. The works of the sixty-five members who contributed to this exhibit span many...
The Library Staff Association (LiSA), invites you to consider donating blood at the LiSA sponsored Red Cross Blood Drive, to be held on Wednesday, January 29th from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm in the chapel of the Slifka Center (80 Wall St.). All donors will receive a voucher for a free pound of Dunkin'...
Nineteen first-person accounts of witnesses, including Jews, non-Jews, American POWs, GIs who first entered the camps, a member of the Hitler youth, a Jesuit priest, resistance fighters, and child survivors are woven into a single narrative of World War II and the Holocaust. They tell stories of...

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