Library in the News

Vivian Maier photos, artifacts donated to University of Chicago
Chicago Tonight – August 28, 2019

U. of C. gets thousands of never-before-seen-prints made by famed photographer
Chicago Tribune – August 22, 2019

Diving into Saul Bellow’s archives
Chicago Tribune – May 16, 2019

Alum Donates 400 Volumes to Special Collections
Chicago Maroon – May 7, 2019

Cancer diagnosis leads to donation of 400 rare, valuable books
Chicago Tonight – May 1, 2019

After cancer diagnosis, Oak Park man surprises U. of C. with treasure trove of rare books
Chicago Tribune — April 11, 2019

‘The Fetus in Utero’ at U. of C. reveals mysteries of the womb
Chicago Tribune — February 11, 2019

Radiant Spaces
Chicago Magazine — February 5, 2019

Embryonic enigmas and fetal fantasies at Special Collections
Chicago Maroon — January 24, 2019

Historian Ada Palmer traces censorship of radical ideas across centuries
UChicago News — December 6, 2018

Smear tactic
The University of Chicago Magazine — Fall 2018

Archives of two giants of economics donated to UChicago Library
UChicago News — October 25, 2018

Life in the Library: Reading, Research, and Recreation
The College — September 21, 2018

June Pachuta Farris, Bibliographer for Slavic and East European Studies, 1947-2018
East from Chicago — August 6, 2018

Sights now seen: Vivian Maier’s photographs become a resource for scholars
Tableau — Spring 2018

Bearing witness: A Special Collections exhibit examines the trauma of war
University of Chicago Magazine — Spring 2018

“War, Trauma, Memory” exhibition opens in the Reg
Chicago Maroon — May 11, 2018

‘Fearless’ Ida B. Wells honored by new lynching museum for fighting racial terrorism
Washington Post — April 26, 2018

Ray Gadke, oversaw microforms and periodicals at University of Chicago library, dies
Chicago Tribune — March 18, 2018

Remembering Ray Gadke, the ‘Unsung Hero’ of the Reg
Chicago Maroon — March 6, 2018

The Regenstein’s Ray Gadke, AM’66, explains his unusual office decor
The Core — Winter 2018

Reg exhibit explores University scientists’ reactions to atomic bomb
Chicago Maroon — February 19, 2018

Library digitizes rare century-old kelp forest maps
Chicago Maroon — February 15, 2018

World War I-era maps help track history of kelp forests in Pacific Northwest
UChicago News — December 21, 2017

World War I-era maps help track history of kelp forests in Pacific Northwest
The Forefront — December 21, 2017

Looking back at 2017
UChicago News — December 19, 2017

An archive, Chicago born
The University of Chicago Magzine — Fall 2017

New faculty 2017
Dialogo – Fall 2017/Winter 2018

Linguistics for laypeople: How browsing the library stacks led to a book and a career
Tableau – Fall 2017

500 Vivian Maier photos donated to University of Chicago
Chicago Tonight – July 25, 2017