Curtis Hall was completed in 1928. Biomedical Engineering programs began in 1961, and the College of Engineering dates back to Drexel's founding in 1981.
While you can still cruise around the Rush Building, your accounting class will probably look a little different.
Drexel alumna Sarah Stolfa has recently published a book of her photographs of patrons of McGlinchey’s tavern in Philadelphia. Her book, The Regulars is available for your perusal on the Drexel Authors shelf of the Archives reading room (on the Lower Level of Hagerty Library).
See more of Sarah Stolfa's photographs at
Two researchers from the Powelton Village Civic Association visited the Archives recently and found a number of interesting images of the neighborhood in our Buildings and Campus Photographs Collection. You can read more about that photograph collection in its finding aid.
We hope to see you tomorrow at the "Many Littles Make a Much" reception. This event focuses on our soon-to-close exhibition of Miniature Books from Drexel University's collection. The reception will take place on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, from 4 to 5 p.m. on the lower level of W.W. Hagerty Library (33rd and Market Streets). It is open to all and includes complimentary miniature refreshments in the spirit of the miniature books.
Please make plans to attend a reception for the exhibition "Many Littles Make a Much: A Selection of Miniature Books from Drexel University's Special Collection," currently on display in the W.W. Hagerty Library (33rd and Market Streets). The reception will take place on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, from 4 to 5 p.m. on the lower level of Hagerty Library.
We are always interested in hearing patrons' views of archives, so this blog post was of special interest. Elesha Coffman, a history professor at Waynesburg University, shares her four keys to effective archives work in "The Art of the Archive."
The current exhibition Many Littles Make a Much: A Selection of Miniature Books from Drexel University's Special Collection has been on display for a couple of weeks now, and has received a fair share of admiration.
A reception for the show is planned for July 22. Watch this space for more details.
In addition to the physical exhibition, an online version is now available.