Sarah P. Duke Gardens ~ Hanes' Dream, Sarah's Gift, Our Treasure
To mark the Duke Gardens' 75th anniversary, this exhibit at the Perkins Library Gallery (through 10 May) explores topics such as the geological importance of the stone used to create the terraces, the work to save endangered plants, the significance of the Metasequoia trees, and the more recent work in association with Gardens for Peace. You are invited to share your photographs of the Gardens: Go to Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/ (you can sign up for free if you don't have an account), tag your photographs "sarahpdukegardens" and they will become a part of the Libraries' online exhibit at http://library.duke.edu/exhibits/gardens/people.html. Co-sponsored by the University Archives and Duke Gardens. Opening Reception: April 9, 2009, 4:30-6:30pm at Perkins Library in the Rare Book Room
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