Northern Arizona University Cline Library Archival Internship Announcement Northern Arizona University’s Cline Library invites applications for the 2019 Elizabeth M. and P.T. Reilly Internship. The 2019 Reilly intern will work closely with Special Collections and Archives (SCA) staff to develop physical and virtual … Continue reading →
April 19, 2018
by special collections & archives Comments Off on Announcing Our 2018 Elizabeth M and PT Reilly Intern – Hana Lipke!
It is our pleasure to announce Hana Lipke as the 2018 Elizabeth M and PT Reilly Intern. Hana will be working with the staff of Special Collections and Archives to develop a virtual and physical exhibit celebrating the centennial of … Continue reading →
July 17, 2015
by special collections & archives Comments Off on A Legacy of Canyon Adventure – George Billingsley Collection
If you haven’t ventured below the rim of the Grand Canyon, you’re missing the best part! For those with a more adventuresome personality (and extra leisure time), the panoramic landscape, geology, as well as unique flora and fauna are waiting to be experienced. Regardless … Continue reading →
May 1, 2015
by special collections & archives Comments Off on SEGA update from Hanks Scholar Sarah Ciarrachi
The last few months have been a thrilling adventure navigating through the Special Collections and Archives (SCA) holdings at Cline Library. From the time I was young I have enjoyed wandering up and down the aisles of the public or … Continue reading →
December 4, 2014
by special collections & archives Comments Off on Martin Litton: Ran his last rapid on November 30, 2014
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Martin Litton on November 30, 2014 at the age of 97. Martin Litton fit several lifetimes in his 97 years. He graduated from UCLA in 1938 with a … Continue reading →
June 9, 2014
by special collections & archives Comments Off on What’s a Doggerel Log?
Before I get to the definition of a doggerel log, a little backstory might be helpful. In 1937, researchers from Carnegie Institute of Washington and the California Institute of Technology joined to together to study the igneous and metamorphic … Continue reading →