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Archive: January, 2013

Finding famous printers

Looking for the work of famous printers of the 15th and 16th centuries? Have no fear, here is a handy list of call numbers for some of the rare books in L. Tom Perry Special Collections. All of these call numbers refer to the Vault Collections. You can use these numbers to browse the library …

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Ephraim Hatch photographs of the Harold B. Lee Library and the Provo City Library

Ephraim Hatch was a longtime employee of the Physical Facilities Division of Brigham Young University. He was also a rather good amateur photographer. He took hundreds of photographs documenting the Harold B. Lee Library and the Provo City Library (formerly the Education Building of the Brigham Young Academy). The Ephraim Hatch photographs of the Harold …

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Pride and Prejudice 200th Anniversary

Darcymania officially began to afflict readers two hundred years ago when an anonymous lady author published her second novel in January 1813. Since then, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice has enchanted generations of readers, with a number of high-profile television and film adaptations winning over modern fans and introducing the novel to new devotees. Janeites’ …

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Noel B. Reynolds papers

The Brigham Young University Archives attempts to document the history of Brigham Young University from a variety of perspectives. This includes the intellectual life of the university which is best represented by the university’s faculty. The archives is home to several faculty papers collections including the Noel B. Reynolds papers. Noel B. Reynolds served on …

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New resources for 19th century literature

The Harold B. Lee Library has recently subscribed to a number of electronic resources related to 19th century American and British literature.  Here is a short list, with links. These resources can also be found using the A to Z database finder on the library’s homepage.  Queen Victoria’s Journals: scanned versions of the Queen’s surviving …

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