Announcements – September 2008

17 09 2008

What’s New in the Archives

Carsten Lien papers (27.36 cubic feet), circa 1980’s-2005. Research files, correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, clippings, government publications, reports, audio reel tapes, microfilm, index card files, and maps, primarily relating to Lien’s books, Olympic Battleground: The Power Politics of Timber Preservation, and; Exploring the Olympic Mountains: Accounts of the Earliest Expeditions, 1878-1890; and a planned book on the Cascade division of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/papersrecords/LienCarsten5527.xml

Ronald P. Phillips papers (29.86 cubic feet), 1863-2004. The Ronald P. Phillips papers document the personal and professional activities of long-time Seattle Symphony Orchestra clarinetist Ronald P. Phillips (1906-2004) and his first wife, Gladys Bezeau Phillips (1892-1978). The materials consist of biographical material, books, clippings, correspondence, musical scores, newsletters, notes, pamphlets, periodicals, photographs and photographic material, printed ephemera, scrapbooks, scorecards (golf), souvenir books, and yearbooks/directories. http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/papersrecords/PhillipsRonaldP5526.xml

Empty Space Theatre records (62.1 cubic feet), circa 1970-2006. The third and largest accession of the Theatre’s records (51.26 cubic feet) contains productions files­—including audiovisual materials—and administrative files dating from its inception through its termination in 2006.

http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/papersrecords/EmptySpaceTheatre4481.xml

New Staff

Jennifer Spamer joined the staff of the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections on April 1 as Acquisitions Specialist. She oversees the accessioning of all new manuscripts/archives/photograph collections. Jeni is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan’s School of Information, and comes to the UW from a contract position at Microsoft.

Upcoming Events

The Pacific Northwest Collection will be highlighting recent archival acquisitions in an exhibit, December 2008-February 2009, in the Special Collections Lobby, Allen Library South.

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19 09 2008
helicekoffler

Do you have the exact dates for the exhibit?

25 09 2008
pnwblog

Not yet. Will keep you posted.

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