LSC-NH Library Exhibits 2001
Kachina dolls are created by the Native American Hopi people; they represent some of the spirits which are central to the Hopi vision of reality. Associate Dean Jennie Harrison loaned us her Kachina Doll collection (her dolls are all carved by Navajo artists) for this display, mounted by librarian Olia H. Palmer.
Celebrating the United States Constitution
Reserves Room staffer and DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) member Melissa Hayes organized and mounted this display celebrating the United States Constitution.
Sun & Safety
Librarian Pradeep Lele reminded us that, if we're not careful, summer fun has its down sides: sunburn, insect bites, drowning, lighter fluid poured on barbecue grills... yikes! Be careful out there!
Materials from library director Maryann Readal's personal collection were put on view by Olia Palmer for this stunning display of art and crafts from Tanzania.
Books & videos from the library's collection on African-American topics were displayed on an adjacent table during February, Black History Month.
Faculty/Staff award winners and publications
(January 2001 to present, updated periodically, irregularly alternating with other exhibits.)