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- Each week the Fisher Library highlights an item from one of its many collections digitized online on the Internet Archive. This week, Rachael takes a look at a book from our Canadiana Collection.… Read the full post
- One of the things I’ve never taken for granted since I started working at the Fisher over 15 years ago is having access to our incredible collection. Imagine how fortunate I am to be able to roam… Read the full post
- How do you read a book that has no words? In 1919, Frans Masereel (1889-1972) invented a new type of book: romans in beeiden, or novels in pictures. His first novel, Mon Livre d’Heures or Mein… Read the full post
- Each week the Fisher Library highlights an item from one of its many collections available on the Internet Archive. This week, Rachael takes a look at a book from our Biodiversity Collection. April… Read the full post
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- Drawing on the rich printed and manuscript resources of the Fisher Library, this exhibition approaches horticultural history from the particular viewpoint of how people learn to cultivate plants –… More about this exhibit
- This exhibition examines Christmas through the lens of printed works. This virtual exhibition was created in November 2020 by Pearce Carefoote.
- This exhibition, Strength in Numbers: The CanLit Community, draws largely on the library’s rich literary archives to explore how Canadian literature has been shaped not just by the writers but an… More about this exhibit