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Orange County Archives in Action A Showcase of Orange County’s Cultural Heritage

October 25, 2018 by | Events

This year, the Leatherby Libraries at Chapman University is hosting the Orange County Archives in Action where the Libraries, along with other institutions, will exhibit their collections, share stories, and answer questions about Orange County history. This countywide, daylong event will also include several presentations from community members dedicated to preserving and increasing awareness and access

“Voices from the Archive: Letters During War” Podcast Letters from the Center for American War Letters Archive find an even bigger audience

August 7, 2017 by | Center for American War Letters

Dr. Jana Remy, Associate Director of Digital Scholarship at Chapman University, began the “Making History” podcast ten years ago when she realized her passion for the craft of history-making. Specifically the archival process of historians. Now, partnering with the Center for American War Letters Archive (CAWL), Jana and our very own Digital Humanities and Science Librarian, Dr. Doug

Leatherby Libraries Brings Huell Back to Life The book launch and signing for "Louie, Take a Look at This! My Time with Huell Howser"

April 24, 2017 by | Events

Over 200 people visited the Leatherby Libraries on Saturday, April 15, 2017 for the book launch and signing of Louie, Take a Look at This! My Time with Huell Howser, by Luis Fuerte. Fuerte is the five-time Emmy-award-winning former cameraman for the widely popular Huell Howser show, California’s Gold. The program started with a panel

Intern Interviews: Rob Strauss

August 5, 2016 by | Meet the Librarians

At the Leatherby Libraries, we have an interview series hlighting the work our amazing librarians accomplish each day. These interviews help inform the community about all the different areas of the library and all the services we have! Now, we’re doing the same with our hard-working interns. Rob Strauss, our Special Collections Intern, was kind enough

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