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Record Group: 20 C
Record Sub-Group: 14
Records Title: UMC; MU Libraries; Memorabilia
Volume: 1 and 2/3 cubic feet; 2.08 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group contains memorabilia originating from MU Libraries, including buttons and photographs.
Series 1. - C:20/9/1 (A01-159)
This Series contains memorabilia relating to MU Libraries. This Series contains 2 yellow buttons labeled, "Ask Me About MERLIN," (2001). Merlin stands for Missouri Education and Research Libraries Information Network and is the online library catalog for University of Missouri campuses and Saint Louis University.
(1 Env, B3A, C2, 2)
Series 2. - C:20/9/2 (A03-11; A03-93; A04-01; A04-87; A04-92; various)
This Series contains memorabilia relating to Ellis Library, (1979-2003). The Series consists of an oversized color photograph of the Ellis Library staff, (1999), taken on the 50th annivesary of MU Libraries Staff Association (MULSA), and a silhouette legend for the photograph, as well as a color photograph of the Special Collections staff. Also included is a staff photograph from 1979. This Series also contains digital images (and printouts) of the Ellis Library card catalog taken prior to its removal in August of 2003, souvenir cards from the catalog, and speech scripts from the "retirement" ceremony for the card catalog. The Series also includes two plastic mugs with "MU Libraries" logos, (ca. 2000); a t-shirt commemorating a fire in Ellis Library in September 2011; a t-shirt, notepad and bookmarks from a University Libraries marketing event, "MU Libraries: Your Connection to Knowledge", (ca. 2009); 2 pencils labeled "MU Libraries MERLIN", (n.d.); and a yellow hardhat labeled with the stacked "MU" logo and "Libraries", (n.d.). Also forming part of Series 2 are six Polaroid prints depicting the opening of the Electronic Classroom I on the 4th floor of Ellis Library, (1996), and a photographic slide of the MERLIN Online Catalog area, (n.d.).
(1 c.f., 125, 6; 1 OSF, B3A, 7C, 2)
Series 3. - C:20/9/3 (A03-96)
This Series contains memorabilia relating to the Engineering Library, (1985-1992). The Series consists of seven 3x5 color photographs of the Engineering Library building and staff.
(1 OSF, B3A, 7C, 2)
Series 4. - C:20/9/4 (A07-101; A08-63)
This Series contains memorabilia and miscellaneous administrative records related to the traveling exhibit, "Forever Free: Abraham Lincoln's Journey to Emancipation," on display in the MU Libraries' Ellis Library during the spring of 2007. The memorabilia consists of a guest book and a journal of visitors' observations. The administrative records include the exhibit support notebook, setup instructions, grant materials, and a congratulatory letter from the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission, (2006).
(1/3 c.f.: 1/6 c.f., UMLD1; 1/6 c.f., UMLD1)
Series 5. - C:20/9/5
This Series contains memorabilia of the Ellis Library Centennial, (2015). The memorabilia includes a t-shirt, a flying disc or frisbee, a champagne flute, and various printed and duplicated materials. Also included in the Series is a commemorative reprint of The New Library Building from 1915.
(1/3 c.f., 134, 5)
Series 6. - C:20/9/6
This Series contains memorabilia of exhibits displayed in Ellis Library, (2006). The memorabilia consist of photographs of the lecture and recital given by MU faculty memnber M. Rusty Jones on November 15, 2006, entitled "Music of Elizabethan England." The lecture/recital was held in conjunction with the traveling "Elizabeth I: Ruler and Legend" exhibit organized by the Newberry Library's Center for Renaissance Studies, in collaboration with the American Library Association Public Programs Office.
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