Monthly Archives: March 2010

LSU Libraries to digitize Louisiana newspapers

The LSU Libraries is pleased to announce the list of historical Louisiana newspapers that will be digitized as part of a grant funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Based on input from an Advisory Board of historians,

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Songs of LSU on display in Carter Music Resources

In celebration of LSU’s 150th anniversary, LSU Libraries’ Carter Music Resources (located on the second floor of Middleton Library) is exhibiting “Songs of LSU.”  Featuring favorites like “Darling of L.S.U.” and “Touchdown for L.S.U.,” this exhibit highlights the musical heart

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Papers of Huey Long Contemporary now available

An exhibition featuring items in the recently opened Harvey G. Fields Papers is now on display in the Reading Room at Hill Memorial Library. Fields was a colleague and avid supporter of Huey Long. Harvey Goodwyn Fields was born in

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ARTstor travel awards available to LSU faculty & graduate students

ARTstor, one of the over 300 databases that LSU Libraries subscribes to, is offering faculty and graduate students at LSU and other universities with ARTstor subscriptions the chance to receive a research travel award.  Each of the five ARTstor Travel

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We can do it! Resources for WHM

Every March, we celebrate Women’s History Month. This year, LSU Libraries gives you a list of recommended reading related to girl power, as well as some suggested library resources for researching your favorite female. Simply scroll through the list,

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