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In Memoriam: Valerie Boyd

A few years ago, I walked into the Folk Art Restaurant on North Highland Avenue in Atlanta to have brunch with Valerie Boyd. She was already sitting at a table in the back glancing at the menu as I made...

Now open on Level 2, “…so many horrors…”

A pop-up exhibit on Bram Stoker materials, a significant new acquisition by Rose Library, highlights the first edition of Dracula. Recently arrived in Rose Library, the John Moore Bram Stoker materials is comprised of approximately 1200 books, playbills, photographs, correspondence and...

Geoffrey Holder’s Scripts are now available for research

Abbey Hafer is a PhD Candidate in the Art History department at Emory University specializing in early modern Italian art and architecture. She is a Graduate Processing Assistant for the Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade papers at Rose Library....

Caring for Collections: Accessioning and the Kathleen Cleaver papers

Accessioning Archvisit Meaghan O’Riordian talks about accessioning and the Kathleen Cleaver Papers. Here at the Rose Library, we are committed to providing access to new collections we acquire as soon as possible. In archives jargon, this is known as “accessioning as processing.” Accessioning is: ...

Rose Library awarded Silver Level Green Office Certification!

The Emory University Office of Sustainability Initiatives awarded the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library their Green Office Certification at the Silver Level for 2020-2021.    Rose Library, as it’s more commonly known, is uniquely positioned to develop environmental literacy among those who use our collections as well as our...