Today we are highlighting a collection from the Library’s Special Collections Department (offices and Research Room can be found on the 4th Floor of the Learning Commons): the Baltimore Voices Company Collection. Formed in 1979, the Baltimore Voices Company (BVC) Continue reading Special Collections Highlight: Baltimore Voices Company→
So, let’s get this straight right off the bat – I am in no way asking you to self incriminate in any way. That said, however, I do wonder what hoops you have had to jump through in order to Continue reading Arrr, how ye be getitng ye textbook?→
Image credit: View of the Battle Monument, John Rubens Smith (1775-1849), 1828. Library of Congress, LC-DIG-ds-01545. Love Baltimore? Interested in local history and culture? If so, check out the upcoming Bmore Historic Unconference, October 10th at the Maryland Historical Society. Registration opens soon and Continue reading Upcoming Local (Un)Conference→
Need a break from the library? Of course you don’t — going to the library IS a break. But the Book Festival will be open just a little bit later. When the library closes and you still haven’t finished getting Continue reading There are books and then there are books…→
“I have long contended that a room full of books is simply a closet but that an empty room with a librarian in it is a library.” R. David Lankes, The Atlas of New Librarianship A bookless library doesn’t need Continue reading A bookless library isn’t an oxymoron→
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