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Special Collections and Archives recently unveiled a new exhibit, Images of a Lost World: Glen Canyon on the Colorado. The exhibit, which librarian Hank Hassell curated, features 56 photographs of Glen Canyon and its tributaries before the magnificent canyon complex was flooded by the waters impounded by Glen Canyon Dam.
Images of a Lost World features the scenic wonders of a pristine, pre-dam Glen Canyon from several perspectives, including a modern history of the canyon, its prehistoric Native American inhabitants and the archaeological resources… Read more
We are excited to announce that celebrated landscape photographer David Muench has donated his photographic legacy to Special Collections and Archives at Cline Library. “I hope my work, and way of seeing, will inspire students to be creative in their responses to the world around them,” Muench said. Read more about Muench and his gift in this story in The NAU Review.
Muench captured this dramatic view of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park from… Read more
Working on an online course, want to study in the library building, or just need a break from the winter break?
Cline Library will be here for you Tuesday, Dec. 28, through Thursday, Dec. 30, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Some of the services you can access during this time include:
· Ask Us! In person, via chat, phone or email.
For two years, NAU has been part of a multi-institutional project aimed at streamlining the process of providing resources for students with print disabilities. Now that collective effort, known as “FRAME,” will continue for another two years, thanks to a grant of $1,175,000 from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for a second phase, “Federated Repositories of Accessible Materials for Higher Education II.”
The participants… Read more
If you can’t get your favorite Special Collections and Archives image out of your mind, why not put it on your wall? Order your favorite image from SCA’s Digital Collections for $20 (for personal use). Choose from thousands of images that document the history, people and places of NAU and the Colorado Plateau — from Old Main to the Grand Canyon, petroglyphs to portraits, tribes to trails, Route 66 to river running – and… Read more