Today we found not only an MRL stamp that we have been looking for, but an embosser as well! These will be added to the already existing MRL stamp and become part of the Luce Project. […]
Month: February 2013
Happy President’s Day from the Burke!
"Dear Voter, Should Nixon be President? If not, why not? And what are the qualifications of his Democratic opponents?" This advertisement for the journal, "The New Republic," was sent to the Missionary Research Library in 1960. […]
Something Fun – MRL May 1961
The Quintessential Librarian! While most people today do not get to see the room pictured in the above image, staff and student workers are well-acquainted with it. The Missionary Research Library, created in 1914, moved to Union Theological Seminary in 1929 after financial difficulties became too much to bear. MRL rented space from Union in […]
I am currently in my last semester as a Graduate student at Pratt Institute’s School of Information and Library Sciences program. I am also pursuing an Advanced Certificate in Museum Librarianship. I think each time I think about this being my last semester I get a little sad. I’m incredibly happy that I will be […]