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To Access the Digital Collections through the LSU Special Collections: 1. Navigate to the LSU Special Collections Library web page. 2. Under the Research drop down at the top fo the screen, click ...
Article Id: 19152
Category: Special Collections

The McIlhenny Natural History Collection was begun by Edward Avery McIlhenny (1872-1949), scion of the prominent Louisiana family which since 1868 has produced the world-famous Tabasco hot pepper sauce. To Access the E. A. McIlhenny Natural History Collection through the LSU Special Collections: 1. Navigate to...
Article Id: 19158
Category: Special Collections

To View Information on Finding Books in the LSU Special Collections 1. Navigate to the LSU Special Collections Library web page. 2. Under the Research drop down at the top fo the screen, click Find...
Article Id: 19148
Category: Special Collections

The Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections (LLMVC) is a comprehensive research collection comprised of materials in all formats dedicated to recording the history and culture of the Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley. Included are archival and manuscript collections totaling more than 5000 discreet collections and including over 10 million items. While we do hold some...
Article Id: 19157
Category: Special Collections

Using the Free People of Color Collection: 1. Navigate to the LSU Libraries Special Collections webpage. 2. From the Collections and Centers tab at top of the screen, select. Free People of Color...
Article Id: 19146
Category: Special Collections

The Hill Memorial Library lecture hall is available to University units and groups for meetings, classes, and events of less than 100 people. The room will seat up to 100 people lecture style. It can also be configured for smaller groups and classes. To View More Information about the Lecture Hall through LSU Special Collections: 1....
Article Id: 19151
Category: Special Collections

The Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections (LLMVC) documents the history and culture of this region. The largest accumulation of materials on Louisiana and the lower Mississippi Valley in existence, LLMVC includes a comprehensive collection of books, periodicals, maps, prints, pamphlets, Louisiana state documents, microfilm of Louisiana newspapers, historical manuscripts...
Article Id: 19153
Category: Special Collections

Since the 1930s, LSU Libraries has been collecting and preserving Louisiana newspapers, both historical and current. To Access the Louisiana News Papers Collection through the LSU Special Collections: 1. Navigate to the LSU Special Collections Library website.
Article Id: 19155
Category: Special Collections

Limited microfilm services are available. Patrons may request the microfilming of manuscript collections. Requests will be considered individually. Ordinarily, only whole collections or (in some cases) whole series will be filmed. Microfilm of newspapers or manuscript collections for which LSU holds the master can be purchased. To View More Information about MicroFilm...
Article Id: 19160
Category: Special Collections

Are you interested in incorporating active learning with archival materials into your students' classroom experience? We are here to help! Special Collections librarians welcome opportunities to give customized presentations on primary source research, the history of books and printing, and the material culture of books, among other topics. We are also happy to offer...
Article Id: 19149
Category: Special Collections