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Needles found: One Last Corset Book…

But wait!  There’s one more! A few weeks ago, Denise and I posted a “Needles in the Stacks” which reviewed the library’s books about making corsets.  When I combed StyleCat, there was one more book that looked like it belonged … Continue reading

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Needles in the Stacks: A Cinch to Stitch

Welcome back to our regular review of sewing how-to books here in the library.  Sorry about the delay, but you all know what the beginning of the semester is like!  Denise Ingram and I both work in the Periodicals and … Continue reading

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Magazine of the Week

Welcome back to another Magazine of the Week, brought to you by the friendly people at the PERS desk in the Gladys Marcus Library!  We know it’s a mouthful, but it really just means we love magazines. The title Interiors … Continue reading

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