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Linderman Family Updates Historic Bible

Captain John R. Linderman ’59, ’95P, updates entries in the bible, while Laura Linderman Barker ’95 and John R. Linderman, Jr., look on. Lois Fischer Black, Curator of Special Collections observes the signing. Image appears courtesy of Emily Linderman ‘19.

While numerous celebrations took place across campus during Founder's Day weekend, one family celebrated the occasion in an especially meaningful way.

Friends of the Libraries Event: "Digitizing Democracy: A Quantitative Perspective on the Legislative Archive and the Rise of Majority Rule”

Majoritarianism is a precondition for partisan and democratic politics, but we know very little about how it came to dominate collective decision-making in representative assemblies.

New JSTOR e-books

Lehigh University now provides access to scholarly e-books on JSTOR in a pilot program partnership with the The Pennsylvania Academic Library Consortium, Inc. (PALCI).

Squirrels of Lehigh Photo contest: Winning photos announced!

The “Squirrels of Lehigh” photo contest, sponsored by LTS and the Campus Bookstore, is pleased to announce the winners of the photo contest.There were many high-quality images capturing squirrels a

New Digital Journal Archives for Fairchild-Martindale Library

Users of Fairchild-Martindale Library will notice additional seating and natural light on the second and third floors in the Mart wing.

Special Collections Digital Diaries Project

For the past several months, Special Collections has been hard at work digitizing and creating metadata for several unique diaries in our collection as part of a new collaborative project with the

Upcoming 5x10 Sessions for First Year Students and others

Tues. 10/20 - How to Win a Research Prize and Thurs. 10/22 - Transcribathon: Work with letters of historical figures

Wed. 10/21 - What the Digital Delivers -- and Why the Book Still Matters

The Friends of the Lehigh Libraries will welcome Michael Suarez, S.J., distinguished scholar and a superb speaker in the fields of book history, bibliography, and eighteenth-century English literat

What do Jack and the Beanstalk, John Milton, and Charles Darwin have in common?

photo of jenna lay reviewing books with students in class

Counted among the many classes Special Collections hosted this year were three English seminars encompassing a series of diverse themes: Early Modern English Literature, banned books, and fairy tal

It’s all about the bees - Bees around Lehigh and in the Libraries

Spring’s arrival is always welcome, but after a winter marked by repeated onslaughts of snow and frigid temperatures, it is cause for celebration.


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