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An Introduction to Hopkins' Rare Books & Manuscripts
 

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    An Introduction to Hopkins' Rare Books & Manuscripts An Introduction to Hopkins' Rare Books & Manuscripts Presentation Transcript

    • Rare Books & Manuscripts
    • Units
      • Archives
      • Cultural Properties
      • Manuscripts
      • Rare Books
    • Process
    • Protect
    • Serve
    • Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives
      • Homewood Campus Divisions
        • Central University Administration
        • Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
        • G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering
        • Carey Business School
        • School of Education
      • Washington, DC, Campus Division
        • Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies
    • Archives Fun Facts
      • We’ve got the REAL answers:
        • Why the ‘S’ in Johns Hopkins?
        • Why is the Library built underground?
        • Is it still sinking?
      • Student Files
      • Photograph Collection
    • Cultural Properties
      • Fine Art
      • Furniture
      • Historical Teaching Equipment
      • Photographs
      • Architecture
      • Sculpture
    • Cultural Properties Fun Facts
      • Robert Hieronimus Mural “Apocalypse”
      • Bufano Sculptures
      • 1917 Transit Telescope
      • Collections meant to be used by all for research, teaching, conversation or enjoyment.
    • Manuscripts
      • Collections focus on individuals associated with the Johns Hopkins University.
      • Literary manuscripts of Hopkins-related authors
      • History of Higher Education
        • Especially papers of Hopkins presidents and early faculty
      • History of science
        • Especially physics and chemistry
    • Manuscripts Fun Facts
      • John Work Garrett Collection of American Discovery and Exploration
      • 37 distinct sheet music collections separate from the Lester S. Levy Collection
      • Editorial Cartoon collections
    • Rare Books
      • MSEL
      • Peabody
      • Garrett
    • Rare Books MSEL Holdings
      • Hutzler Collection of Economic Classics
      • Thomas G. Machen Collection of Incunabula and Fine Printed Books
      • The Cage!
    • Rare Books Peabody Holdings
      • British art and architecture, British and American history, English and American literature, Romance languages and literature, Greek and Latin classics
      • Large Map Collection
    • Rare Books Garrett Holdings
      • Garrett family collections
      • Hoffman Kurrelmeyer Bible collection
      • Fowler Collection of Architectural History
      • Fowler Collection of Architectural Drawings
    • Special Collections Staff Staff Not Pictured: Liz Mengel, Acting Head of Rare Books & Manuscripts Chella Vaidyanathan, Curator of 19 th & 20 th Century Manuscript Collections Sue Waterman, Curator of European Literary Collections
    • Gabrielle Dean Curator of 19 th & 20 th Century Literary Manuscripts
    • Paul Espinosa Peabody Assistant
    • Earle Havens Curator of Rare Books
    • Heidi Herr Outreach Coordinator
    • Amy Kimball Head of Materials Management Unit
    • Ray King & Chris Case Guest Appearances
    • Jackie O’Regan Curator of Cultural Properties
    • Kelly Spring Assistant Curator of Manuscripts
    • Jim Stimpert University Archivist
    •