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Archive: February, 2013

Russell R. Rich and Brigham Young University

Brigham Young University has always had a remarkable and highly talented faculty that is deeply devoted to educating the undergraduates that come here. Current faculty members are heirs to this wonderful tradition. The University Archives is home to many collections that document the dedication of faculty members to the university and its students. One of …

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New Books for the Louisa May Alcott Collection

Some new biographical works on Alcott and her family: Eve LaPlante, Marmee and Louisa: The Untold Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Mother. Free Press, 2012. Lisa Stepanski, The Home Schooling of Louisa May Alcott. Edwin Mellen Press, 2011.   Some new literary works based on Alcott and her characters: Gabrielle Donnelly, The Little …

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Love your library, but not your neighbor

Check out today’s edition of The Universe for a story on Victorian Valentines from Special Collections, and stop by the HBLL on Thursday to see reproductions of the featured valentines during Love Your Library Week!

Women in Sports (UA 5584)

Early in the month of February the United States celebrates National Girls and Women in Sports day. Brigham Young University has been fielding competitive women’s athletic teams for a very long time. In fact, the first basketball team at Brigham Young Academy was a championship winning women’s team. The University Archives is home to a …

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