We are proud to announce the Theater Actor Prints and Photographs Collection, representing early stage and film actors and actresses, performers, directors, and royalty from the 1880s through the 1930s. The collection includes engravings, etchings, prints, cabinet photographs, cartes-de-visite, postcards, and other photographic materials from England and the United States. The collection includes actors such... more ›
During October 2010
We are proud to announce the Theater Actor Prints and Photographs Collection, representing early stage and film actors and actresses, performers, directors, and royalty from the 1880s through the 1930s. The collection includes engravings, etchings, prints, cabinet photographs, cartes de visite, and other photographic materials from England and the United States. The collection includes actors... more ›
Each academic department and many interdisciplinary programs have an assigned library liaison. Your liaison strives to make your experience using library services as easy as possible. For faculty, this means Buying Materials. Each liaison manages the materials budget for their assigned departments. E-mail any specific book or video requests to your liaison, and they’ll see... more ›
I assembled a group of books from the ZSR Library collection about service and volunteering for different causes. There are a number of WFU News Service pieces about WFU students performing service-so I thought this exhibit would be timely. I printed two accounts of current students and their service projects and placed the accounts in... more ›
Greg Mortenson speaks in Wait Chapel on November 12. On his national tour for the paperback release of his bestseller, “Stones into Schools: Promoting Peace Through Education in Afghanistan and Pakistan,” which he co-authored, Mortenson will speak at 6:45 pm. His first book, “Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace … One... more ›
While re-housing the William Gaston Simmons Papers, one of our students discovered this small piece of Wake Forest’s past: This receipt from Simmons, the former Bursar, notes payment for tuition, room rent, and servant hire for Spring Term, 1872. Total cost: $3.00.
I just returned from Raleigh where I had the honor of serving as Wake Forest’s official delegate to the installation of the new Chancellor at North Carolina State University. As you know, I love to dress up in academic regalia and march in medieval style. It was a grand occasion and I was glad to... more ›
Earlier this fall the ZSR Marketing Committee solicited Wake Forest students, faculty, staff and friends to tell us the five words they think of when they think of ZSR. We received over 100 entries and 500+ words. We took the words that were submitted and created a word cloud from the most popular words that... more ›
A graduate of Wake Forest, who also attended the WFU Law School before turning to journalism, Cash is most well known for his Mind of the South. We have his papers, some of which form part of the Wilbur J. Cash digital collection. For more information, see our W. J. Cash post in the Special... more ›
[See Audra’s post for video] Well, my first thought was, as I began traipsing the miles of tall, dim, heaped and variously deployed chambers that make up DataChambers conglomeration of spaces, “What a great place for the climactic shoot out in a seedy thriller.” Lots of places to hide; lots of twists and turns; strange... more ›
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