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23/50 Protesting the Vietnam war, fighting for civil rights and women’s rights, drug experimentation, free love, and questioning human sexuality and gender roles are examples of some of the issues that people from the counterculture supported during the 1960s. “Counterculture” described the hippie movement and those whose lifestyles ...
December 5, 2016 • Christine Cheng
22/50 The famed author Samuel Clemens (1835-1910) better known by his nom de plume Mark Twain was born in Missouri on November 30th so it seems fitting to celebrate one of our “50 features of Special Collections” on the Mark Twain bust owned by the library. The ...
November 29, 2016 • Kevin Miller
19/50 Royal Columbian Press Built by Thomas Long of Edinburgh, Scotland, 1832-1850. The Columbian Press was invented by George Clymer of Philadelphia in 1813. Donated to the University Library by the Library Associates of the University of California, Davis, in 1968. The Royal ...
November 9, 2016 • Kevin Miller
18/50 This week we are highlighting the Toby Cole Archives as part of our 50 Features of Special Collections series. Toby Cole was born Marion Cholodenko on January 27, 1916 in Newark, New Jersey. She developed an interest in theatre at an early age, ...
November 3, 2016 • Sara Gunasekara