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See the Special Collections/University Archives Bucknell Memories Exhibit!

Bucknell Memories, a display of photographs and documents commemorating people, places, and events related to the Bucknell classes celebrating their special reunion year is available…
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Special Collections/University Archives closed on Labor Day

Special Collections University Archives will be closed on Monday, September 3rd.  Please contact scua@bucknell.edu for assistance with your research. Staff will respond as quickly as possible when…
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New Artists’ Books in Special Collections

Two new books have been added to the artists’ books in Special Collections/University Archives. The Lost Journals of Sacajewea, a collaborative work between author and…
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What is KINBER, and What Could it Mean for You?

Kinber stands for The Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education and Research. Formed in 2010 as a result of a $99.6 million grant from The…
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Bucknell University and Universite Francois Rabelais: 20 Year Commemorative Sculpture

In May 2007, a commemorative sculpture by artist Michel Audiard was presented to Bucknell University by President Michel Lussault, Universite Francois Rabelais, Tours, France, on…
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Novelists Speak: American Fiction in the 1940s — Appletree Alley Press

With the closing of Barnard Taylor’s Appletree Alley Press in Lewisburg, PA several years ago, Mr. Taylor’s friends, printer Carl Darrow from the Greenleaf Press…
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Featured Women’s History Database: Women’s Studies Encyclopedia

Here is our second featured Women’s History database for the month of March.  For help or information on using this database, please contact the Ask…
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