Monthly Archives: February 2013

Happy Read Across America Day!

Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, March 1 is designated as the 2013 Read Across America Day.  This is the 16th Annual Read Across America event that’s been observed.  To contribute to the celebration, we’re sharing several photographs … Continue reading

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King Kong’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’

In the Forrest J. Ackerman collection, one can find a variety of well-known artifacts of the film era, including work from before World War II (the oldest artifact in the collection is from 1890, a literary review that has an … Continue reading

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Don’t miss it! CJ Box’s book tour kicks off at the AHC!

Author C.J. Box is making a habit of starting his book tours at the AHC!  We love it–and we’re sure you will, too!  So, come on out to the AHC on March 12th and hear Mr. Box read from his … Continue reading

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Majewski Lecture: Oilmen in the Beltway

We hope that you can join us on March 11th for Dr. Ellen Wald’s lecture!  Dr. Wald is the 2012 recipient of the Bernard Majewski research fellowship.  

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A “Normal” Winter in Wyoming?

With snowfall throughout the eastern part of the state hovering a levels below the average for this time of year, everyone has their brow furrowed over the chance of another crackling dry summer.  While snowfall for the year is lining … Continue reading

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History to the People: Outreach at the AHC

The AHC does many things to bring the contents of its collections to those individuals who are not able or interested in doing their own research here in our building.  For example, we have digitized over 100,000 texts, images, audio, … Continue reading

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