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ASC News, January-May 2021

In case you missed it (ICYMI), the links below document news coverage of the staff and collections at the Archives and Special Collections (ASC).  Recent published and broadcast stories highlight the Esther Chavez Cano papers and the scholarship into Orville Wanzer’s 1965 film The Devil’s Mistress.  ASC staff have also been busy producing several published…
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J. Paul Taylor: Educator, Civic Leader and Politician

On August 24, 2020, J. Paul Taylor celebrated his 100th birthday. Due to the current health crisis, an in-person celebration was not held as in the past. Instead, a virtual centennial celebration was held to honor Mr. Taylor, where family and friends sent digital birthday greetings and recollections. For those not familiar with J. Paul…
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