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January/February Exhibits



Hollings Library

“It Is So Ordered: Judges and the Law in South Carolina,” highlights the collections of Federal and SC Supreme Court Judges held by South Carolina Political Collections, South Carolina Political Collections Gallery

“The Colorful Life of Anita Lobel: Highlights from the Anita Lobel Collection," includes selected items from the recently donated Anita Lobel Collection, Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections Gallery, through mid-March

“South Carolina Politlcal Collections Celebrates African-American History Month,” highlights collections on the Civil Rights movement and its leaders in South Carolina, including the Modjeska Simkins, Isaiah DeQuincey Newman and John Culbertson Papers, as well as research materials on Matthew Perry from Dr. Robert Moore’s collection. Brittain Gallery, through February 28

"Pondering Poe," featuring the first magazine appearances of some of Poe's tales, poems and criticism. Also on view are first editions of Poe's fiction, posthumous and illustrated editions, as well as later adaptations of Poe's work. Barrow Room, through the end of the spring semester

Music Library

"Works from the Trenholm Artists Guild: Christopher Lane," chalkboard art and paintings, First Floor

Massenet First Edition Opera Scores Collection,” digital collection showcases the work of Jules Massenet (1842-1912)

Displays at Thomas Cooper Library

“Books to Movies,” Main Level, West Gallery, through January 31

“Start Your Year with Something New,” Main Level, East Gallery, through January 31