As of the 19th of November 2016, I will have had exhibits seen by the public!
For this months item of the month, a magazine from 1929 about how to build radios is on display. Well, a facsimile of the cover is on display in the reading room. I like that I got a chance to see how a facsimile is made and it was interesting to learn about some of … More Communication
During the month of October, I chose for the item of the month a print of “The Charge of the Light Brigade: 25th Oct. 1854” by William Simpson. The Irvin Department is also offering a bookmark with Tennyson’s poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade”. Since it is the anniversary of Tennyson’s death on 6th … More Tennyson anniversary
I have decided to restart this blog. It has been a while since the last time I did anything on it. Since Im interning at the Hollings Library in the rare books and special collections department, I thought it would be a good idea to include some of the things that I will be doing. … More Last semester of school and internship
I have started to catalog my personal library. I am using the site, http://www.librarything.com. My user name is celticsouthern. If a person was to search using this, he or she should be able to view my library.
Like all things in life, this trip had to come to an end. However, before leaving England I had one more trip to make to Middle Temple to take a look in the archives. Upon arriving at 2:00 in the afternoon, I walked into the library and was directed to take the elevator to the … More And so we come to the end
Yesterday, the class went on a trip to Bletchley Park. This is the place where the British housed their code breaking and MI6 departments during the first half of the twentieth century. Along with the areas dedicated to the code breakers, the National Museum of Computing is also located there. While we did not see … More Code of conduct