Tag Archives: books

Good cheer!

What’s going to be in your Christmas stocking? Something good, we hope! For our final blogpost of 2016 we want to celebrate some of the “gifts” you’ve shared  over the past twelve months. There have been some heartening acts of generosity … Continue reading

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Some new fruits of research in the Library’s collections

Over the past year the blog has focused on both well used and less known parts of the collections and reported some of the work we do to preserve and make them better known. We highlighted a few of the commonplace … Continue reading

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Rusty staples and red rot: a student conservator reports. Part 2

Sibel Ergener, of West Dean College, continues her guest blogpost on voluntary conservation work she undertook at the Library this summer. The Library of the Society of Friends is a working library with researchers making heavy use of its collections. … Continue reading

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