Category Archives: exhibits

Life and Times: The Art of the Political Biography

Learn about the work of biographers and journalists Jack Bass and Phil Grose in this enlightening new exhibit created by Caitlin Mans! Continue reading

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A Letter to Friends and Donors

2012 End-of-Year Wrap-Up Continue reading

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Holiday Schedule

Our holiday closing schedule…but there’s still time to see the Christmas on the Potomac exhibit! Continue reading

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Thomas Cooper voted today. Did you?

Join Thomas on a tour of the main floor of the Hollings Library. Continue reading

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‘The Best Circus’

Campaigning for President, 1952 to 2000 Continue reading

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Jane Lubchenco visits the Hollings Library

One of USC’s graduation speakers visited the library on Friday. Read all about it. Continue reading

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Catesby’s Page Turning

Katharine’s morning as a Rare Books special assistant… Continue reading

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New Women’s Exhibit in honor of Women’s History Month

Check it out at the front of Thomas Cooper Library Continue reading

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New items for our collections

We’re hitting it out of the park with this blog entry… Continue reading

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Public Figures/Private Lives: A Valentine’s Exhibit

New in our gallery…you’ll enjoy it even if you’re not a hopeless romantic Continue reading

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