November 6, 2014

New Kroch Library Exhibition Documents Cornell History

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By SAMANTHA ACRICHE

In celebration of Cornell’s sesquicentennial, the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections is presenting an exhibition entitled “150 Ways to Say Cornell” — which includes items such as original University documents, newspaper articles, photographs and Cornell “essentials.”

The exhibit — which began last month — is being showcased in Carl A. Kroch Library through next September, according to University Archivist Elaine Engst.

Select items on display as part of the “150 Ways to Say Cornell” exhibit line the walls in Kroch Library. (Alejandro Hernandez / Sun Staff Photographer)

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