Collections

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UW–Madison Geology Museum - Collections
... Museum has far more specimens stored in its collections than on display ... The museum's fossils include impressive collections from the White River Badlands, the Santana Formation of Brazil, a remarkable Silurian soft-bodied fauna from a quarry ...
University College Falmouth - Library and Collections
... As well as taught academic collections the library holds a number of Archives and Special Collections Bill Douglas and Peter Jewel Film Collection Camborne School of Mines Historical ... Falmouth Campus, Woodlane holds the art and design collections ...
Modern Literature In Irish - Irish-language Modernism
... na Cille, Máirtín Ó Cadhain wrote several collections of short stories (one 'short' story, "Fuíoll Fuine" in the collection An tSraith dhá Tógáil, can count as a novella) ... An important part of his writings is his journalism, essays, and pamphlets, found in such collections as Ó Cadhain i bhFeasta, Caiscín, and Caithfear Éisteac ...
Walter Frederick Ferrier
... Consequently, he created large collections of mineral specimens of a quality still admired to this day ... Many classic specimens would never be in collections had it not been for his effort and skill ... he amassed were instrumental in creating the mineral collections of the Smithsonian in Washington DC, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada, University of Alberta, and the ...
University Of Southern Mississippi - Campus and Student Life - Libraries
... on the Hattiesburg campus, contains the principal collections of books, periodicals, microforms, government documents and other materials which ... The McCain Library and Archives houses the Library's Special Collections and University Archives on the Hattiesburg campus ... Collections include the de Grummond Children's Literature Collection as well as a remarkable collection of Mississippi oral history, manuscripts, and civil war ...

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