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University archivists partner with the Libraries’ Web Resources Collection Program to preserve a record of Columbia’s web presence, now including content that dates to 1996, the earliest year for which archived data is available.
The Libraries joins fellow archives and libraries to commemorate the National Day of Racial Healing with resources that honor truth, racial healing, and transformation, including music and oral histories.
To commemorate the release of a new edition of "Autobiography" by Angela Davis, archivists in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library release a memo from the editor of its original 1974 edition, Toni Morrison.
University archivists share a small of collection of notebooks, essays, and exam books from John Purroy Mitchel, CC 1899, who was a part of the second class to graduate from the University's Morningside Heights campus.
The Columbia FLI Partnership Lending Library is a collection of textbooks and other course materials available to low-income and/or first-generation students from the University’s undergraduate schools.
On December 17, 1991, a bombshell exploded in the worlds of comics, Wall Street, and the media: Marvel Comics released an impressive quarterly report to shareholders - formatted as a sensational comic by several of the brand's most iconic artists.
December 17, 2021, marks the 94th anniversary of the death of St. Croix-born, Harlem-based writer Hubert Harrison (1883-1927), who was described by A. Philip Randolph as “the father of Harlem Radicalism."
University archivists share an attendance ledger for daily chapel service, which was required to be "constantly performed" by the King's College charter. The ledger was kept by College janitor Stephen R. Weeks and dates to 1847-1854.
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