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New User Research Center Opens Its Doors
The User Research Center, located in Lamont Library and available for use by all library staff, provides a space for usability testing, interviews, space assessments, and more.
Recovered Thoreau Account Provides a Long-Lost History
A Boston Globe story on Houghton's acquisition of Thoreau's notes on the death of writer Margaret Fuller.
Uncovering What Thoreau Uncovered
A recent Houghton acquisition is shedding new light on the tragic drowning of Margaret Fuller and on what Henry David Thoreau found as he investigated.
Expanded Hours at Widener
Harvard Library continues to celebrate Widener’s centennial year with a trial of expanded hours in the 2015-2016 academic year: Widener will soon be open until midnight, Mondays through Thursdays.
Widener Looks Toward a Sustainable Future
Widener's facilities managers work diligently to pursue upgrades that meet Harvard’s sustainability goals while preserving the uniqueness and beauty of the historic space and its contents.
100 Years of Widener
The Harvard Gazette examines the history and the present of Widener Library’s first 100 years as the largest university repository of books and manuscripts in the world.
José María Castañé Collection Celebration at Houghton Library
Friday, Sep. 11
The Teaching Library: Research and Learning Support in 21st-Century Libraries and Special Collections
Wednesday, Sep. 16
Gutman Library Distinguished Author Series: The Prize—Who's in Charge of America's Schools?
Monday, Sep. 21
Hofer Lecture: A for Art, B for Books, C for Crane
Wednesday, Sep. 30