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#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 ...

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 ...

Every so often it’s good to take a moment to pause and appreciate the many activities that have occurred in Special Collections and the people who’ve made them happen. We’ve had a busy semester and some great opportunities to connect ...

We are very pleased to announce the recent acquisition of the 1859 third octavo edition of John James Audubon’s Birds of America. This seven-volume set includes 500 hand-colored lithographic plates of American birds and will be used widely in classes ...

This fall marks the diamond anniversary of the University’s founding.  Seventy-five years ago, on September 30, 1946, Triple Cities College, a satellite school of Syracuse University opened its doors.  Located in nearby Endicott, New York, the college was established after ...

Come have a look at some of the cool items the department has acquired over the past year! Our New Acquisitions exhibit is open in the Special Collections lobby, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., through the end ...

Dr. Seuss once said “From there to here, and here to there, funny things are everywhere” and this includes Special Collections. Humor can take many different styles and be included in a wide range of media from comic strips to ...

The University Libraries’ Special Collections will host a talk by Dr. Robert P. Wilson, adjunct lecturer of English, on “Singing the Body Electric: Opera, Democracy, and Voice in the Poetry of Walt Whitman.” at noon Thursday, October 3, LN-2320, Bernard ...

Libraries and poetry lovers around the world are commemorating the 200th birthday of the great American poet, Walt Whitman, born on May 31, 1819, in West Hills, NY on Long Island. Writing and revising his collection of poems, Leaves of ...