News & Notes

Blog Archives

Long-Lost Letters of an Uncrowned Queen

Louise, Countess of Albany

A small group of letters thought to have been destroyed almost 200 years ago is among the many surprising finds awaiting researchers in the LSU Libraries’ Special Collections. The eighteen letters, now part of the George De Forest Collection, were

Posted in Special Collections Tagged with: , ,

Give Me Louisiana: Selections from the Doralice Fontane Papers

LetsMarchTogether_front

Visitors to the Special Collections Reading Room are invited to view a display of materials from the newly processed Doralice Fontane Papers. Louisiana native Doralice Fontane was a music teacher, composer, and businesswoman. Fontane was also a prolific composer best

Posted in Exhibitions, Special Collections Tagged with: ,

Love’s Revenge: Letters of an 18th-Century Woman Novelist

A small group of eight letters in the LSU Libraries’ Special Collections sheds new light on an episode in the life of an eighteenth-century woman writer who proved that the pen is mightier than the sword. Anna Maria Bennett was

Posted in Special Collections Tagged with: , ,

Events

Unicorn
Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!
from to
ical Google outlook
Events Exhibitions Special Collections
Mark Catesby illustration
“Night at the Museum” will highlight natural history collections
ical Google outlook
Announcements Events Special Collections

Special Collections Hours

Contact Special Collections

Public Services Desk: (225) 578-6544



Reference Desk: (225) 578-6568



Fax: (225) 578-9425



Email: special@lsu.edu



Reference via e-mail




RSS Feed
 RSS - Special Collections Posts