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New Books in the Science Libraries

Several ebooks from the American Mathematical Society have been added to the March-April 2022 Geology-Math-Physics Library new books list. Click here to access the March-April 2022 list. If you have any questions about these books, contact Ted Baldwin, Director of … Continue reading

P. Alfred Marchand, Lunch Talk

P. Alfred Marchand was one of the first African American librarians in the United States and possibly the Midwest region. He worked at the Cincinnati Hospital from ~1873-1918. Although Marchand was highly valued by the medical staff at the Cincinnati … Continue reading