Visit UNO Libraries’ Archives & Special Collections to celebrate American Archives Month and learn more about the unique and specialized research and community collections available at UNO. The open house on Thursday, October 18 from 4 P.M.-5 P.M. will include highlights from recent acquisitions and spotlight recent Archives & Special Collections projects such as working with community organizations to digitize, preserve, and share their historical collections. Attendees can also vote in the 3rd Annual Archives Month Art Contest.
UNO Libraries’ Archives & Special Collections includes the U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel Archives, University Archives, and Special Collections & Rare Books. Notable collections include the Arthur Paul Afghanistan Collection, Queer Omaha Archives, and other collections of unique and specialized material.
During October follow UNO Libraries' Facebook and Twitter for additional posts from Archives & Special Collections about the Hagel Archives and Queer Omaha Archives. The curators will provide an exhibit talk for At a Crossroads: The Political Future of Chuck Hagel on Monday, October 15 at 3:00 PM.
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