Lots of new stuff this month!
Another batch of interesting reads and useful resources. Check them out!
Some family histories, some genealogy society quarterlies, and some interesting-looking dissertations from Kansas State University’s digital library. Happy reading!
Another month, another list of additions to the library. Physical volumes include a nicely done family history book, a newly indexed scrapbook of newspaper clippings, and several Ohio periodicals. Online goodies include several digitized books from FamilySearch.org and some journals, papers and dissertations from the University of Kansas. Enjoy!
Continue reading New Books June 2015
Quick — how many outdoor murals do you think there are in Wichita? Would you guess hundreds?
I just learned of a project to photograph these murals and put a directory on the web. Check out Murals of Wichita to see them!
Here are the latest additions to the library (or library catalog.) There are several publications from other genealogy societies, plus I’ve added links to several WSU dissertations that relate to Kansas history.
We’ve got some pretty blooms in the wildflower & wild grasses bed at the library:
Just a reminder that the library will be closed on Saturday, May 23, because of the Memorial Day holiday. Go interview your relatives!
Have you seen this? It’s a free, online journal with a cool mission:
Deliver impeccable, ideally groundbreaking historical research and well-written narrative. In a world of increasing historical illiteracy and apathy, Journal of the American Revolution (allthingsliberty.com) publishes passionate, creative and smart content intended to make history more palatable.
Check it out!
A short list this month, mostly periodicals…