By Nella Letizia, WSU Libraries PULLMAN, Wash. – Long before the phrase “indie publishing” was coined, Virginia and Leonard Woolf set out to create a press for written works that larger publishers wouldn’t produce.
By Nella Letizia, WSU Libraries PULLMAN, Wash. – How would Herbert Niccolls, the 12-year-old who shot and killed Asotin County’s sheriff in 1931, have fared in today’s criminal justice system? A new exhibit at Washington State University Libraries will prompt this and other questions related to the treatment of juvenile offenders past and present.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The experiences of those who lived near and worked on Washington’s Grand Coulee Dam, built in the 1930s-40s, are explored in images, documents and objects in an exhibit at Washington State University April 21-Sept. 2.
By Nella Letizia, WSU Libraries PULLMAN, Wash. – The passengers aboard the S.S. Spokane cruising through Alaskan waters in 1903 probably didn’t give their lunch menu much thought beyond what they would have to eat. Granted, its totem-pole shape was interesting – a clever play by cruise company marketers to remind them of where they […]
PULLMAN – After nearly 300 years, angels and demons are still battling in the depths of WSU’S Holland- Terrell Library for Paradise lost – preserved in a folio edition. This epic poem, written by John Milton in 1667, can be found in the Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (MASC) unit, as can […]