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It takes a village to create an exhibition

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In June 2016, the Emory Libraries Preservation Office staff began planning with Carlos Museum staff for an exhibition, “In search of Noble Marbles: The Earliest Travelers to Greece,” which is currently on display in the Carlos Museum until April 9. The exhibit consists of over 60 books, most borrowed from a private collector in Washington […]

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Explore Emory: Relax and be More Productive?

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It’s a shame not to take advantage of at least some of what Emory has to offer, isn’t it? Last year, the PMO substituted one of its weekly staff meetings for a customized trip through the Carlos Museum. A month ago, we invited twenty of our closest friends (i.e. recent project team members and sponsors) to […]

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