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Cataloged Edwardian books

Edwardian Novel Collection Cataloging Complete

September 7, 2018
by Ann K.D. Myers

Special Collections’ Rare Book Cataloging Unit has just wrapped up the cataloging of a large collection of Edwardian novels (British novels published between 1890-1920). The books are now in the process of being digitized, after which they will be available for study both online and in person in the Special Collections reading room.

(BTW - I have been informed that this is a neutral bear, not the Cal bear.)

À plus tard*, Michelle!

September 5, 2018
by Glynn Edwards

Our small library community in Redwood City is saying goodbye to another colleague.

It is with a very heavy heart that we say goodbye to our amazing colleague Michelle Paquette - we wish her all the best in her new position at Smith College Libraries.

title poster for new on the shelf exhibit

New on the Shelf: Rare Books & Artists' Books

September 4, 2018
by Elizabeth A Fischbach

New on the Shelf exhibition features rare books & contemporary artists’ books

A new exhibition in Stanford’s Green Library offers a window into recent acquisitions in Special Collections. Books—both manuscript and print—are the focus of the display on the second floor of the Bing Wing, on view September 4, 2018 through January 6, 2019.

Freya Channing

Farewell to Freya Channing

August 27, 2018
by Ann K.D. Myers

We are sorry to say goodbye this week to Freya Channing, our Rare Books Copy Cataloger. She will be starting a new position at Oakland Public Library in September.

Experimenting with ePADD: finding strategies for screening and processing email

August 2, 2018
by Sally DeBauche

I’m excited to make my debut post in my new role as the Digital Archivist for Special Collections!  Since I’m the newest member of team ePADD I thought it would be only fitting to write my inaugural post on the subject of email.  I recently worked with the email contained in the Robert Creeley papers and it gave me the opportunity to experiment with the ePADD software and find some effective strategies for processing email.  Working on this project also gave me a chance to think a little more deeply about how we process email and how we document the decisions that we make

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