Blog Post By Allison K. Donnelly, Pre-Program Conservation Assistant.
With more than 12 million volumes in the UCLA library, it can be tough to keep track of materials as they age, even with a dedicated full-time staff. Forgotten treasures may be hiding in the stacks just waiting to be rediscovered. One of the library catalogers made an excellent find when he came across four pamphlet-bound volumes containing nearly 60 issues of a German newspaper dating from 1792 and 1793.
Blog post by Jesse Siragan Arlen, written while he was one of LSC's CFPRT Scholars
August 31, 2018. Research compiled and drafted by Stephanie Geller, MLIS UCLA 2019; Edited by Dawn Aveline, Preservation Officer, UCLA Library; Photographs by Dawn Aveline and Stephanie Geller
Boys Are Better Than Girls???
Blog Post by Peggy Alexander
Blog post by Peggy Alexander, LSC Performing Arts Curator
Edward Martino Crowley was born on August 12, 1935 in Vicksburg, Mississippi. In the summer of 1967, inspired by The New York Times article by Stanley Kauffmann titled "Homosexual Drama and Its Disguises," Crowley began writing the script for "The Boys in the Band," which he completed in 5 weeks.