RBSCP Blog

Jul 6, 2021ExhiBits Series #6:"A Single Item Tells a Story: Creating a Stir with Suffrage Cookbooks"
By: Autumn Haag, Assistant Director for Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation at River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester and Jessica Lacher-Feldman, Exhibitions and Special Projects Manager
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Jul 6, 2021ExhiBits Series #6: A Single Item Tells a Story: Creating a Stir with Suffrage Cookbooks
By: Autumn Haag, Assistant Director for Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation at River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester and Jessica Lacher-Feldman, Exhibitions and Special Projects Manager
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Jun 30, 2021Invisible Fires: LGBTQIA+ in the archives
By: Lev Earle, Special Collections Processing Archivist, RBSCP **Content Warning** The following blog post discusses archival materials which contain descriptions of violence and discrimination against women and LGBTQIA+ people, and reclaimed homophobic slurs.
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Jun 7, 2021ExhiBits Series #5: “Organize, Agitate, Participate: Meet Ruth Scott through her Papers,” with special guest Ruth Scott
by: Autumn Haag, Assistant Director for Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation at River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
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May 28, 2021Ruth Watanabe, Head of Sibley Library and Japanese-American Rochesterian (1916-2005)
by: Eleanor Lenoe '21. Eleanor worked as the RBSCP Manuscript Paging Clerk until she graduated in 2021.
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May 1, 2021You Can Hear It Now
by Melissa Mead
What do Winston Churchill, Edward R. Murrow, Muhammad Ali, and Barbara Jordan have in common? They all spoke to audiences at the University. Were you there?
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Apr 29, 2021A Brief Exploration of the Rochester Poetry Society and its Members
By: Eleanor Lenoe ‘21. Eleanor worked as the RBSCP Manuscript Paging Clerk until she graduated in 2021.
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Apr 3, 2021ExhiBit Series #3: It's Earlier Than You Think -- Women at the University of Rochester, 1875-1925
1900 is the year that women were formally admitted as undergraduates to the University of Rochester, but their influence on the institution can be traced to our founding in 1850.
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Mar 25, 2021Mollie Moon: A Real Voice
By: Lev Earle, Special Collections Processing Archivist, RBSCP
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