Monthly Archives: December 2012

Beckoned by the Blooms: Arboretum Director visits Stones Exhibition

This morning Patricia Drackett, Director of The Crosby Arboretum (MSU) located in Picayune, MS, paid a visit to Hill Memorial Library. Drackett, a fan of Margaret Stones and her paintings, came to LSU to view the current exhibition, “Late Bloomers.”

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Interview: Oral history in disaster zones

Jennifer Abraham Cramer, Director of the LSU Libraries T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History, is featured in a recent interview on the Oral History Review website. Since October, the Oral History Review (OHR), published by Oxford University Press, has

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Storm Stories: Oral history and best practices

Jennifer Abraham Cramer, Director of the T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History, is quoted in today’s Oral History Review blog post, “Oral History in Disaster Zones.” The post’s author, Caitlin Tyler-Richards, encourages anyone considering conducting oral history after a

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Books for Tots

The LSU Libraries is collecting “Books for Tots” – new, unwrapped children’s books to be given to disadvantaged children in our community.  This effort is part of the Toys for Tots Literacy Program, sponsored by the Marine Toys for Tots

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Perennial Favorite: Margaret Stones’ “Flora of Louisiana” in full bloom

The exhibition “Late Bloomers: Fall Flowers from Margaret Stones’ Flora of Louisiana” is currently on display in Hill Memorial Library, and will run through February 16, 2013. Gardeners, scientists, and artists of all ages will find something to appreciate among

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