RBSCP Blog

Dec 19, 2019Technicolor Victorians
By: Lev Earle, Special Collections Processing Archivist, RBSCP
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Nov 15, 2019On Ghosts
By: Lev Earle, Special Collections Processing Archivist, RBSCP
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Nov 12, 2019Azariah Boody: Our Dandelion Fellow
by Melissa Mead
Azariah Boody (1815-1885) is remembered (when we remember him) for donating the land for the University’s first campus. But without him, there would be no dandelions, no Yellowjackets, no Dandelion Yellow, no Dandelion Day, no D’Lions...
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Aug 19, 2019Shedding Light on the University Mace, in Review
by Melissa Mead
No Inauguration or Commencement would be complete without the presence of this symbol of the President's authority. But the company that created the Mace did significant other work for the University that we see every day on the River Campus.
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Jul 15, 2019Scribner's Dickens: Exploring the Koller-Collins Collection
By Oishani Sengupta (PhD candidate, Dept. of English)
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Jul 8, 2019Transatlantic Trials and Tragedies
By Kyle Huskins (PhD candidate, English)
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Jul 2, 2019Honoré Desmond Sharrer's "Ta-Ta Rib"
By Santiago Morrice (PhD candidate, English)
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Jun 10, 2019Born on this day: David Jayne Hill
by Melissa Mead
David Jayne Hill was born in the same year as the University of Rochester, 1850, and would become its second president in 1889.
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