[Glaslyn] Here's an interesting exhibit

Theresa Wyatt teebyrd at earthlink.net
Thu Jun 7 15:41:57 PDT 2001

Lady Lavina,

Thank you, thank you.
Joan is doing a happy dance.

Going to go look at the maps,

susant at unt.edu wrote:

> I thought I would share this with everyone - I know it's
> not exactly related to the middle ages, but I thought it
> was interesting.
> The Rare Book Room at UNT currently has an exhibit "To
> The Ends of the Earth:  Explorers and Their Journeys".
> There is a vast collection of maps, a display
> of instruments used in early explorations and books
> written by the explorers themselves.
> There are things dating from 1550 to around 1865 and a
> few objects dating to the early 1920's.  However, most
> of the display is centered around explorations in the
> early to mid-1800's.  The display is NOT limited to
> explorations in the U.S., but explorations all over the
> world.
> This is a great exhibit for those interested in maps,
> map making and early explorations.
> This exhibit is here until July 1.  The Rare Book Room
> is located on the 4th floor of the Willis Library
> (that's the Main Library) and is open Monday - Friday
> 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and is closed weekends - AND IT'S
> ....now back to your regularly scheduled list serve.
> Lavina
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