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Keeping it Reel T-Shirt

Keeping it Reel T-Shirt

River Crossings | A Landmark Exhibition at Olana and The Thomas Cole Site

River Crossings | A Landmark Exhibition at Olana and The Thomas Cole Site

Project Smile – World Smile Archive Exhibition "Smiling Giraffe"

Project Smile – World Smile Archive Exhibition "Smiling Giraffe"

Accession Records: Not Just Interdepartmental Paper Piles

Accession Records: Not Just Interdepartmental Paper Piles

Dr. Carla Hayden, the first woman and the first person of color to hold the post, is a quiet but fierce defender of creative freedom.

Dr. Carla Hayden, the first woman and the first person of color to hold the post, is a quiet but fierce defender of creative freedom.

In the 1990s, photo historian Rich Remsberg made a wonderful discovery: In a trove of boxes headed for the trash, he found a view of American history like he'd never seen it. That is, America in color, as early as 1938.

In the 1990s, photo historian Rich Remsberg made a wonderful discovery: In a trove of boxes headed for the trash, he found a view of American history like he'd never seen it. That is, America in color, as early as 1938.

Zachary Turpin, a 33-year-old doctoral candidate in English at the University of Houston, has discovered a novel by Walt Whitman - a discovery that upends what we thought we knew about the 19th-century poet's early career. Published anonymously as a serial in 1852, "Life and Adventures of Jack Engle" reveals much about Whitman's early life and work that the poet later tried to hide.

Zachary Turpin, a 33-year-old doctoral candidate in English at the University of Houston, has discovered a novel by Walt Whitman - a discovery that upends what we thought we knew about the 19th-century poet's early career. Published anonymously as a serial in 1852, "Life and Adventures of Jack Engle" reveals much about Whitman's early life and work that the poet later tried to hide.

Estate of Amber Lightfoot Walker Gifts $15.5 Million to Support Literature - NYTimes.com

Estate of Amber Lightfoot Walker Gifts $15.5 Million to Support Literature - NYTimes.com

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