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Trovillion’s “Bloody Williamson” Publications Examined

Melissa Hubbard, the Special Collections Research Center’s Rare Books Librarian, recently published on Hal W. Trovillion's efforts to document the events that turned Williamson County into “Bloody Williamson”.

Article by Morris Librarians Among the Most Read

An article about using iPads in library reference service written by Morris Library’s Humanities Librarian, Stephanie Graves, and its former Fine Arts Librarian, Megan Lotts, was the sixth most-read piece in College & Research Libraries News in 2012.

SCRC Receives Grant for Mary Carus Exhibit

Petticoats and Slide Rulers: The Life of Mary Carus, a traveling exhibit and programs on Mary Hegeler Carus during Women’s History Month in March 2013 created and curated by the Special Collections Research Center received an Illinois Humanities Council grant.

Congressman Jerry F. Costello's Papers Come to Morris

Morris Library’s Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) is pleased to announce that it has been selected as the repository for the official papers of retiring U. S. Congressman Jerry F. Costello.

Blood Drive Sets Morris Library Record

Jennifer Freeze from the American Red Cross confirmed that the 36 units of blood were collected last Thursday was the most ever donated during a Morris Library Blood Drive.

Daily Egyptian Profiles Morris Library's Howard Carter

The Daily Egyptian recently published a profile of Morris Library's Associate Dean for Support Services, Howard Carter.

Book by SCRC Director Published

Pam Hackbart-Dean, the Director of Morris Library's Special Collections Research Center, has written a new book titled How to Manage Processing in Archives and Special Collections.

Morris Librarian Honored for Research

Officials honored top research projects at SIU in April during annual Research Town Meeting and Fair, including work by Morris Library's Amber Burtis.

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