A new exhibit of artwork, "Miraculous Creatures and Natural Encounters: Selections from the Beulah C. Campbell Collection of Original Illustrations from Children's Books," is now on display in the Dougherty Reading Room in Special Collections on the 4th floor of Belk Library and Information Commons. The exhibit is accessible during the regular operating hours of the Dougherty Reading Room, Monday through Friday, 9am – 4pm.
A new rare book exhibit, “Architecture and Design in Britain: Selections from the Rhinehart Collection,” is now on display in the Rhinehart Rare Books and Special Collections Room on the 4th floor of Belk Library and Information Commons. The exhibit runs through August 2012 and is accessible during Wednesday afternoon open houses in July or by appointment.
In celebration of National Library Week, Belk Library is sponsoring a "Food for Fines" drive beginning April 10 at 7:30 am until April 17 at 6 pm.
Starting Tuesday, April 10 we will be accepting one canned food item for every $1.00 (or partial part of a $1.00) owed on fines up to $15.00. NOTE: Fines that have already been sent to Student Accounts are not eligible for this offer. Canned goods cannot be credited toward lost book charges.
Special Collections invites you to visit its new exhibit, “A New Look at Old Friends: An Exhibit of Vintage Series Books for Girls,” now on display in the 4th Floor atrium of Belk Library and Information Commons.
The exhibit features books from the Elaine J. O’Quinn Girls’ Studies Collection in Special Collections. On display are a variety of materials related to girls’ series books from the mid-1800s through the early 20th century. Featured series include Nancy Drew, Cherry Ames, Beverly Gray, and Elsie Dinsmore, among many others.
Out of the Stacks, Into the Light: Highlighting Newly Processed Collections, a new exhibit, is now on display in the Atrium on the fourth floor of the library. This exhibit features materials from five collections: Ralph Fickel Papers, Blanford Barnard Dougherty Collection, William H. Plemmons Papers, Herbert W. Wey Papers, and Thomas Reese Railroad and Printing Collection. The exhibit not only highlights newly processed collections, but also presents individuals who have made important contributions to the University and the community.