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This exhibit features items from the University Archives that illustrate the dynamic campus environment during the late 1960s and early 1970s. ...

#BingCollects is a joint project between the Binghamton University Art Museum and University Libraries’ Special Collections that brings awareness of these rich and diverse holdings to our community through pop-up exhibitions. The pop-ups will be held in different locations and ...

“Farming Empire: Agriculture and Related Industries in Upstate New York” is now on display in Special Collections. This exhibit draws on manuscripts, rare books, and printed ephemera held in Special Collections to showcase the long history of farming and agriculture-adjacent ...

The Changing Hands blog series explores the backstories of books in Special Collections by focusing on the readers who owned them before they were acquired by the Binghamton University Libraries. We resume this blog series with a book which was ...

It seems like just yesterday we were looking back at the fall semester, but here we are in June, with another term already behind us. We thought we would take the opportunity to provide a quick look at what we ...

This is the third in a series of three guest posts by Isaac “Zack” Ben-Ezra ’22 about an independent study project he undertook in Special Collections during the Fall 2021 semester with Professor Bridget Whearty and Special Collections Librarian Jeremy ...

This is the second in a series of three guest posts by Isaac “Zack” Ben-Ezra ’22 about an independent study project he undertook in Special Collections during the Fall 2021 semester with Professor Bridget Whearty and Special Collections Librarian Jeremy ...

This is the first in a series of three guest posts by Isaac “Zack” Ben-Ezra ’22 about an independent study project he undertook in Special Collections during the Fall 2021 semester with Professor Bridget Whearty and Special Collections Librarian Jeremy ...

We are delighted to share some more new additions to Special Collections with the campus community! Our New Acquisitions exhibit is open in the Special Collections lobby, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., through the end of the ...