Category Archives: Libraries

  1. What’s My Story? The Voyageur

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    September 19, 2012 by The Editor

    I wonder what was going through their minds when several voyageurs and Indians, along with the explorer Alexander Mackenzie, reached …
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  2. What’s My Story?: The Knocker on Death’s Door

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    May 10, 2012 by The Editor

    In cataloging my home library, I have come across works that are written by an author using a nom de …
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  3. Jo Labadie and (Radical) Michigan History

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    May 1, 2012 by The Editor

    I imagine Michigan schools have updated their history curricula since the 1970s (I hope so), but I would be surprised …
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  4. Information and Truth

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    April 26, 2012 by The Editor

    Senate House London

    Not all information is true. This is certain. We are bombarded daily with countless types of information, most of which …
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  5. Yizkor Books

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    April 19, 2012 by The Editor

    Today is Yom HaShoah in Israel, Holocaust Remembrance Day. The country stills itself for a few minutes in the morning …
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  6. What’s My Story? A Bibliophile Catalogs His Home Library

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    March 22, 2012 by The Editor

    Recently I took on a volunteer gig, an accomplishment in a country where volunteering is as competitive as finding a …
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  7. Typography at the British Library

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    March 7, 2012 by The Editor

    Typography, the process of arranging type in order to make visible the language we speak, has been with us for …
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