NMAI Library hosts Grad Students

On the afternoon of April 8 the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) Librarian, Lynne Altstatt, provided a tour for a group of thirteen recently graduated students from the Emporia State University’s School of Library and Information Management and three faculty members.

Chocolate Bunny

Hope you didn’t overindulge … “Jack” weighed approximately 5 pounds!

Paper Engineering Lecture Series Continues with … Andrew Baron

Pop-up books are one of the last entirely hand-made, mass-produced products made today. Have you ever wondered how they are designed and produced?

Galaxy of Images in D-LIB Magazine!

We are pleased to announce that the Galaxy of Images is the featured collection in this month’s D-LIB Magazine. D-LIB is an online journal of digital library research. Its informative articles are made freely available by funding from the Corporation for National Research Initiatives and other sponsors.

Children’s Poetry Day

The Libraries has some wonderful examples of children’s books, many of which include poems for little ones. This particular late 19th-century item includes illustrations by with pictures by Helen Allingham, Kate Greenaway, Caroline Paterson, and Harry Furniss.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

The Libraries has a few ways to help celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

New & Notable Additions to the AA/PG Library in March

Few owners of a Major League Baseball team have been as colorful as Charlie Finley, the owner of the Oakland A’s team that won three straight World Series from 1972 to 1974.

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