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BOOK OF THE WEEK — THE OASIS

Miniature almanacs were popular in Paris beginning in the early 1760s. Created as gifts for young ladies, they were also used as New Year’s presents.

UP NEXT: STUDENT CHECKOUT IPADS NOW AVAILABLE

STUDENT CHECKOUT IPADS NOW AVAILABLE

We are proud to announce yet another addition to our vast collection of student resources and services: Student Checkout iPads.

UP NEXT: 100 YEARS OF THE PROVO HERALD IS NOW ONLINE

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100 YEARS OF THE PROVO HERALD IS NOW ONLINE

On May 15, 2019, Utah Digital Newspapers reached a new milestone. The three-millionth newspaper page was added!

UP NEXT: MARRIOTT LIBRARY VISITS ALUMNI IN EUROPE

MARRIOTT LIBRARY VISITS ALUMNI IN EUROPE

In May 2019, the Marriott Library gathered with dozens of alumni and friends at two events hosted in Europe. The library hosted the first gathering at King’s College in London on May 21st and the second on May 23rd at a restaurant in Oslo, Norway.

UP NEXT: CELEBRATING SPIKE 150

CELEBRATING SPIKE 150 WITH FREE EXHIBITION

“Path to the Pacific: Building the Transcontinental Railroad” is now open through August 15.

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Spring 2019 Features

In Letters, first published in 1824, Elizabeth Lanfear discusses female improvement, domestic duties, education, maternal affection, single life, conjugal duties and more.

This summer, Tony Sams and Justin Sorensen will return to Utah Downwinder communities to collect additional interviews and stories while sharing information about this important archive.

A photo of the book "The Distances We've Traveled" by Marnie Powers-Torrey

In November 2018, Amie Tullius invited Marnie Powers-Torrey, Head of the Marriott Library’s Book Arts Program and Managing Director of Red Butte Press, to contribute to the production and dissemination of the traveling literary journal, Train Tracts.

This year Utah is celebrating the Golden Spike anniversary with exhibits and events across the state. The University of Utah Press joined the celebration with the publication of Across the Continent: The Union Pacific Photographs of Andrew Joseph Russell by Daniel Davis.

In an information driven world, it can sometimes be difficult to find datasets you are searching for. When you do locate a dataset, the process of examining and interacting with the information presents a new series of challenges. One program that seeks to share demographic datasets and the tools for interactive visualization is Social Explorer.