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All events and exhibits are free and open to the public.
- Thursday, December 7, 3 p.m., Holiday Coffee, with USC First Lady Patricia Moore-Pastides, who will talk about her new book. Hollings Library, Program Room
- Thursday, December 14, Horseshoe History Tour, with University Archivist Elizabeth West. Meet at South Caroliniana Library at noon.
- The Libraries will maintain a 24/7 schedule through December 15, changing to a modified holiday schedule beginning December 16. See the entire schedule here.
- Current exhibits
Keep up with University Libraries all month long:
- “A Capital Blog,” South Carolina Political Collections
- “Behind the Columns,” South Caroliniana Library
- “Government Information,” Government Information and Maps
- “In Your Library: Scholarly Communications at USC,” Scholarly Communications Team
- “The Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections Blog“
- “License to ILL: USC Resource Sharing,” Interlibrary Loan
- “Music,” Music Library
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Due to its growing popularity, this year’s “Christmas on the Potomac” holiday card exhibit is bigger (five display cases) and better (ornaments!).
This gorgeous card — sent in 1998 to Sen. Fritz Hollings by the Ambassador of Japan — is from a woodblock print that features a detail of the Washington Monument, created in Japan in 1935 by Kawase Hasui (1883-1957). The original is held by the Smithsonian Institution.
The South Carolina Political Collections exhibit is on display in the Main Lobby of Thomas Cooper Library now through January 4.
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