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Archive of Documentary Arts Photobook Club Meeting
Date: Tuesday, May 5, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Join us for the third meeting of The Archive of Documentary Arts Photobook Club where we will be discussing Henri Cartier-Bresson’s, The Decisive Moment.
Book Discussion Group, Free and Open to the Public, byo beverage and/or snack
The book is on reserve for public use prior to the meeting in the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
Examine these editions for yourself in person, and/or read more about the book and Cartier-Bresson online at the links below:
**Please note – Discussion will take place at the Center for Documentary Studies while the books themselves are held at The Rubenstein Library.**
Contact: Lisa McCarty, Curator of the Archive of Documentary Arts | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Date: Thursday, February 12, 2015
Time: 3:30-5:00 PM
Location: Room 217, Perkins Library
Contact: Amy McDonald, email@example.com
Dearest readers and friends, we long to see you on Valentine’s Day. Won’t you please set our hearts a-flutter and come to our Valentine’s Day open house?
Do you fear that you will be too busy penning epistles of undying love to your own beloveds to join us? Ah, but this event is crafted especially for you: we’ll be sharing the most swoon-worthy of love declarations from the Rubenstein Library’s collections, so you may find just the term of endearment you need to woo your mate.
Perhaps a few examples to help the time pass more swiftly until we meet?
We’re charmed by the simplicity of this short note from the scrapbook of Odessa Massey, Class of 1928:From the Odessa Massey Scrapbook, 1924-1928.
Or the more expressive route taken by Francis Warrington Dawson—writing to Sarah Morgan, his future wife–is always sure to succeed:Letter from Francis Warrington Dawson to Sarah Morgan, February 10, 1873. From the Francis Warrrington Dawson Family Papers.
“How deeply should I thank God that he has allowed me to know you, which is to love you, for the sun now has a brighter light & the sky a deeper blue. The whole world seems truer & better, & this pilgrim, instead of lingering in the depths, is breasting the healthy difficulties of existence, with his eyes fast fixed on you. Whatever else may fail, believe always in this devoted & unselfish love of Francis Warrington Dawson!”
Or whose heart wouldn’t melt upon receiving this most adorable valentine, from our Postcard Collection:Valentine postcard, undated. From the Postcard Collection.
And there might even be tips on how to present yourself when you present your valentine!Barbasol advetisement, 1944. http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/adaccess_BH0643/
Have we convinced you yet? What if we mention that there will be chocolate and candy?
Until next Thursday,
Your Rubenstein librarians