August 30, 2014

Interesting! New Online Digital Collection Offers Access to UNC Library Extension Publications (1934-1959)

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From a Digital North Carolina Blog Post by Katie McNeirney:

Interested in studying reading, writing, or politics? Check out these newly digitized UNC Library Extension publications from 1934-1958. The Library Extension Publications provided introductory essays and accompanying short study outlines based on library materials. The essays cover a wide range of contemporary literary and academic issues, either addressed in a standalone issue or in a series (e.g. “Adventures in Reading” and “Other People’s Lives”).

Read the Complete Blog Post (Includes a Few Examples of What You’ll Find)

Direct to Complete Collection: UNC Library Extension publications from 1934-1958 (via Digital NC)

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