May 27, 2014—The Library Leadership Team (LLT) approved new object codes for special collections. The new codes will allow libraries to measure special collections purchasing more effectively and to start to develop a richer understanding of... Read more
Beautiful photographs from the Schlesinger Library collection are available to purchase online. Visit the store.
May 13, 2014—Visitors to the Materials Collection at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s Frances Loeb Library will never be admonished to look without touching. In this tactile paradise, fingers—and imagination—are encouraged to... Read more
May 13, 2014—The Harvard Library will launch the Pforzheimer Fellows program this summer, which will bring together humanities graduate students who will have the opportunity to learn in-depth about the work of libraries today, especially about... Read more
April 22, 2014—Aleph, the automated system used to process library materials and provide public access to a database of Harvard Library holdings, reached a new record. The 14 millionth Aleph record was uploaded on April 10. Aleph records are... Read more
A few weeks ago, I shared information on one-time funding for projects to uncover hidden collections. Please find the... Read more
April 8, 2014—Feminism is still a hot topic of conversation, but the discourse—and its outlets—has changed dramatically over the last century. Bookstores were frequently a central hub for local and national activity during the height of the... Read more