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LHU Libraries History Highlight
This original catalog card represents the very first book to be part of the library of the Central State Normal School. The book, John Randolph by Henry Adams, started the collection in 1905 when the library was located in Sullivan Hall. We still have the book today on the shelves of the Lock Haven University Helen Burgess Terrill Archive Treasury Room. The Helen Burgess Terrill Archive Treasury Room is part of the Lock Haven University Archive which is located on the second floor of Stevenson Library.
The Archive’s mission is to ensure the preservation of the history of the University, in part by providing an original view into our past. For more information about, or to visit the the Lock Haven University Archive, contact Bernadette Heiney (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 570-484-2545 or Cathy Gessner (email@example.com) at 570-484-2489.
Common Read 2014
View the "Into the Wild" guide create by librarian, Elsa Winch