Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Life is a Blur

Just a short note to let anyone interested know that I do plan on posting a bit about the BSI symposium in Boston. I'll do that in the next day or so, but for the moment life is still a blur. After Boston I was in Chicago for a CIC/Big Ten meeting of special collections folks, and then it was back home and some long (yet enjoyable) days working on final details of our latest exhibit on the life and times of the late Governor Elmer L. Andersen. The exhibit, entitled "A Man's Reach--A Transforming Life" opened today (although we're still tweaking things and adding a little bit here and there) and will run until August 15. I plan on posting daily entries about the exhibit as well, so in case you can't visit you'll at least get a flavor for what's there. And, with the Andersen exhibit nearly done its time to move on to the P. G. Wodehouse exhibit (in our other exhibit space in Wilson Library) that needs to get up and mounted in the next couple of weeks, in time for the big Wodehouse conference. Not a boring moment here! Pip, pip!

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