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  • Becoming An Asset for the Guggenheim Foundation

    Becoming Asset Guggenheim Foundation

    Simon Guggenheim[Ed Note: In much the same fashion as last year’s examination of Linus Pauling’s administrative work at Caltech, the Pauling Blog is once again... Read more

    The 15 January 2020 by   Scarc
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  • Ghost Signs (139): Chester, Platform 3

    Ghost Signs (139): Chester, Platform

    This ghost sign is an intriguing fragment, visible between the posters on platform 3 of Chester railway station. It seems to have directed passengers to ...... Read more

    The 09 January 2020 by   Carolineld
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  • Now Accepting Applications: The Resident Scholar Program at OSU Libraries

    Accepting Applications: Resident Scholar Program Libraries

    With the beginning of another year, the Oregon State University Libraries Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC) is pleased to announce that... Read more

    The 08 January 2020 by   Scarc
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  • Cap Frehel in Winter

    Frehel Winter

    One of the finest places in Brittany is Cap Frehel, a peninsula on the Emerald Coast. The rugged coastline is watched over by two lighthouses and protected by... Read more

    The 02 January 2020 by   Carolineld
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  • Deptford Ragged School Archive

    Deptford Ragged School Archive

    Deptford Ragged School was founded 175 years ago, changed its name to the Princess Louise Institute over a century ago, and still survives as the Deptford Ragge... Read more

    The 19 December 2019 by   Carolineld
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  • Pauling, the State Department, and the Right to Travel

    Pauling, State Department, Right Travel

    [Ed Note: We conclude our posting schedule for 2019 with this look at a controversy from sixty-two years ago. See you again in January! Read more

    The 18 December 2019 by   Scarc
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  • Walk and Ski Watermark

    Walk Watermark

    – contributed by CCHP Reference Archivist Lizette Royer Barton.The much loved and much anticipated academic winter break is upon us. Shall we celebrate with som... Read more

    The 18 December 2019 by   Chp
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  • Election 1888: Scawen Blunt in Deptford

    As Britain again votes in a general election, we revisit a story from Deptford's 1888 by-election.When decorator Samuel Newson was prosecuted for impersonating ... Read more

    The 11 December 2019 by   Carolineld
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  • Pauling and Sakharov

    Pauling Sakharov

    [Part 2 of 2]Linus Pauling’s relationship with the scientist and peace activist Andrei Sakharov – a kindred spirit whom he never met – began in unusual fashion. Read more

    The 11 December 2019 by   Scarc
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  • On Top of York Minster

    York Minster

    York's gothic cathedral is the most famous, and visible, of the city's buildings thanks to its vast size and three towers. While the current building dates... Read more

    The 10 December 2019 by   Carolineld
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