Above, Abigail, who is on loan to us from the Internet Archive, begins our Scribe scanning project. Over the next few months, we’ll be digitizing our collections of Utopian Literature and Confederate imprints—and so much more! Remember to visit The Devil’s Tale often for more news about the Scribe.
And have a look at Beth Doyle’s post about the Scribe installation over at Preservation Underground. We’re glad they finally got the Scribe through the doorway.
Photo by Mark Zupan.
The Jazz Archive now has its very own Flickr photostream!
Stop by to view images and other documents from the collection (including digitized liner notes from Rosetta Reitz’s Rosetta Records, which released this album from movie star Mae West), as well as photos of Jazz Archive events and exhibits.
Alice Mary Baldwin’s 95-page memoir, “The Woman’s College as I Remember It,” is now online! As the first dean of the Woman’s College at Duke University, Dean Baldwin had a unique opportunity to work for the equality of women and men students. She came to Trinity College in 1923 as the first woman to have full faculty status, and her efforts on behalf of equality allowed Duke to be very progressive. Her memoir illustrates her beliefs and efforts to mold the Woman’s College into an elite institution and shows her effect on Duke University as a whole.
Alice Mary Baldwin’s memoir is an essential resource for understanding the history of Duke University or the history of women in higher education. For more about Dean Baldwin, take a look at this brief biography on the University Archives’ website.
Post contributed by Crystal Reinhardt, University Archives Graduate Student Assistant