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UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE ~ EKSTROM LIBRARY

CONTENTS
HILLMAN VIRTUAL TOUR I
The Ekstrom Library
University of Louisville
Part I: Campus
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HILLMAN VIRTUAL TOUR II
The Ekstrom Library
University of Louisville
Part II: Library

Special Collections is the treasure trove of Ekstrom Library -- it is the combined service point for Photographic Archives, Rare Books, Manuscripts and other special materials. Some of the treasures include: 2 million photographs and associated records and manuscripts, hundreds of discrete collections. The Rare Books section includes books that are especially important because of their historical or literary significance, age, scarcity, or value. Featured are digital libraries, literary manuscripts, rare posters and maps, and collections of books by or about particular authors or subjects in the sciences, literature, history, popular culture, and the history of books and printing.  Represented are such names as: E. M. Forster, Virginia Woolf, Sackville-West, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Eliot, Pound, Gauss, Copernicus, Newton, Euclid, Kepler, Graham Greene, Lawrence Durrell, Isak Dinesen, Mary Hunter Austin, L. Frank Baum, Samuel Johnson, Samuel Clemens, James Joyce, William Butler Yeats, George Ade, and a leaf from the Gutenberg Bible. The Popular Culture section houses Dime Novels, American humor of the 19th and 20th centuries and extensive runs of American pulp magazines.


Professor George McWhorter
Delinda Bule - Curator, Rare Books
Hannelore B. Rader - Dean, University Libraries

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