Posts Tagged: Archives

New 30 Day Display: Sarah Wesley Correspondence & Poetry

Pitts’ new window to its world renowned collection of rare books and archives, the 30 Day Display, has changed faces for April! Housed on the main entry level of the library, the 30 Day Display highlights a new rare book or archival item every month, complete with a state-of-the-art, customized exhibition case and digital display….

Remembering John August Swanson

Recently, a dear friend of Pitts Theology Library passed away. John August Swanson, whose artwork graces the walls of Pitts Theology Library and Candler School of Theology, was 83 years old. In 2008, Candler became a home for Swanson’s artwork when it put on permanent display more than 50 pieces of Swanson’s prints and paintings….

Summer Reading Recommendations, Part 6: Elizabeth Miller

For the 2021 Pitts Summer Reading Blog, Pitts took to the hallways of the Candler School of Theology building in search of “the best resource you discovered during quarantine.” This week we spoke to Reserves and Circulation Specialist, Elizabeth (Liz) Miller, about her favorite discoveries. After completing a Social Informatics course in her Masters of…

MLK Jr. Day 2021 Closings and Resources

Monday, January 18 is the 35th Martin Luther King Jr. Day, celebrating the Civil Rights leader’s life and legacy. Pitts Theology Library will be closed for the federal holiday and resume normal operations on Tuesday, January 19th.  In recognition of MLK Jr. Day, Pitts draws attention to some exceptional holdings in its Claude H. Thompson…