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Theme for the week: Birds Eye View of… September  5-8, 2017 Birds eye view: Different perspectives comes with greater knowledge.  Ever wonder what a town or a city looks like from above? Come on over to Shields Library to view these amazing 19th century maps and more!  ...
September 1, 2017 • Patricia Wyley
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Theme for the week: National Wildlife Refuges August 28th-September 1st, 2017 Wildlife Refuges: Conserving, managing, and restoring habitats. A protected home for species. Come on over to Shields Library to view these amazing maps and more! The Map Collection room is located on the lower level of ...
August 25, 2017 • Patricia Wyley
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Theme for the week: Bicycles September 18-22, 2017 Bicycles: The healthiest way to get around. Ride over to Shields Library to view these amazing maps and more! The Map Collection room is located on the lower level of the library. This week’s theme for Map of the Day is ...
August 15, 2017 • Patricia Wyley
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50/50 It is with great enthusiasm that UC Davis Special Collections celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2016/2017. The Department was established in 1966 to house the library’s rare and unique collections. Holdings consist of over 183,000 rare books and pamphlets, 17,200 linear feet of manuscript collections and University ...
June 28, 2017 • Kevin Miller
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47/50 Many of the Native American archival history collections found in Special Collections are closely tied to the Department of Native American Studies (NAS). As such, we seek to supplement and provide additional support for research and education.  Showcased here are three popular collections: Native American History and ...
June 16, 2017 • Kristoffer Landes
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44/50 Aerial photographs provide some of the most visually impacting research materials in the Map Collection. Combined with USGS topographic maps and other maps available in the collection, research can often be enhanced with aerial photography dating back to 1937 in the Central Valley. Often used for statements ...
May 26, 2017 • Dawn Collings