Popular culture and comics exhibition...
 Dr. Helen Safa honored; offers...
 Radical Women in Gainesville online...
 Jim Haskins exhibit
 James Haskins endowment
 Friends of the Libraries
 Meet Samuel Huang
 Friends of the libraries


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Table of Contents
    Popular culture and comics exhibition in Special Collections
        Page 1
    Dr. Helen Safa honored; offers challenge to fund Women in Development project
        Page 2
    Radical Women in Gainesville online collection
        Page 3
    Jim Haskins exhibit
        Page 4
    James Haskins endowment
        Page 5
    Friends of the Libraries
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Meet Samuel Huang
        Page 10
    Friends of the libraries
        Page 11
        Page 12
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For F ns of te Gee A. L s Uy of F Sp r 20

Popular culture and comics

exhibition in Special Collections

by Jim Liversidge
Popular Culture ( 'llccti'rnis

From "a galaxy far, far away" and "high
on a mountain top in Tennessee" to
neighborhood comic book racks and toy
stores comes National Obsessions -
Twentieth Century Pop Culture, Comics
and Cross-promotional Merchandizing
- the latest exhibit showcasing materials
from The Suzy Covey Comic Book
(' l//I, I;. ,' and other related treasures
from the Department of Special and
Area Studies Collections. The Suzy Covey
Comic Book (' ,/I, ,., i: was recently
named in memory of Covey, university
librarian emerita, and a respected George
A. Smathers Libraries colleague who
contributed much to the creation and
upkeep of this new area of academic study.

This colorful presentation, organized
by Department Chair James Cusick and
Curator of Popular Culture Collections
Jim Liversidge, illustrates how cultural
icons make their way into the comics and
how characters from the comics became
"national obsessions." The exhibition
features promotional tie-ins from the
world of Walt Disney Productions
(including vintage items from the Davy
Crockett marketing phenomenon of the
mid-1950s), Peanuts (featuring a display
of material spanning the transition from
comic strips to theatre and animation to
books and toys), Star Wars (when mass

an art form), and
the enduring and timeless appeal of
Superman and Batman.

The exhibition will run from March 21
through May 31 in the Smathers Library
second floor exhibition gallery (9:00 a.m.
- 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday).A
reception will be held Thursday, April 17
at 2:30 p.m. in the gallery.

A special"sweepstakes competition"
featuring exhibit-related prizes will take
place in conjunction with the "National
Obsessions" display. Details are available
in the Exhibit Gallery. The deadline for
the Sweepstakes entries is April 11 with a
drawing at the reception on the 17th.

(Continued on page 5)


What's Inside
c' Page 2
Women in Development
c' Page 3
Radical Women in
Gainesville; DLC
celebrates one million pages
c Pages 4-5
Jim Haskins exhibit; Kathy
Haskins's ( I, ill. i, -gift
c Pages 6-9
Honor Roll of Donors
c Page 10
Welcome Sam Huang;
Padre Cicero reception
c Page 11
Gifts make a i;. .,, ,
c Page 12
Florida Tomorrow
capital campaign

Dr. Helen Safa honored; offers challenge

to fund Women in Development Project

by Library Staff

n September 2007 Helen Safa, Ph.D.,
professor emerita in the UF Center for
Latin American Studies and longtime
UF leader in research and teaching, was
awarded the 2007 Silvert Award from
the Latin American Studies Association
(LASA). This special recognition is LASAs
highest award for lifetime achievement in
the field of Latin American and Caribbean
studies. Dr. Safa has published numerous
books, articles and book chapters on
issues of gender, poverty, race and family
in her distinguished career. She has also
received grants for the study of migration,
African-American identity and diversity.
See the following link for further details
on her work: http://lasa.international.

A present focus of Dr. Safa is the creation
of a digital collection on women and
social change. These forthcoming
e-resources will draw from the materials
and field notes of Dr. Safa and from other
pioneering scholars. Dr. Safa has pledged
$10,000 to initiate digital work and has
challenged others to donate as well. In
addition, she has generously agreed to
match every gift above $500 donated

through December 31,2008 (up to a total
of an additional $15,000) to support the
building of the Women in Development
Collection and endowment. At press time,
$8,050 has been raised to meet her challenge.

As Dr. Safa says,"UF has long had an
extraordinary concentration of talent in
the area of Women In Development.
Scholars such as Marianne Schmink,
Sandra Russo, Mickey Swisher, Carmen
Diana Deere, not to mention Anita Spring
and myself, from a variety of disciplines,

are all pioneers in
the field. So it is
logical for the UF
Libraries to
preserve their
research materials
and books. I hope
that UF students Photos from the Women
and other in Development Project
and other
researchers will take
advantage of these materials for their
work. It may help them to realize how
much progress Third World women have
made since 1975,when the UN Decade for
Women was inaugurated. We in the
advanced industrial countries have long
since passed the time where we thought
we could teach them. Now, hopefully,
we work together to achieve common
goals embracing equality and justice for
all women."

To view the collection go to http://www.

Please contact the University of Florida
Digital Collections at ufdc@uflib.ufl.edu
for more information on the collection or
to contribute content.

UF George A. Smathers

Dr. Helen Safa's
Challenge Gift
Dr. Helen Safa has generously
agreed to match every gift
above $500 given by December
31, 2008, made to support the
digitization of the Women in
Development Collection.

Yes. I/we wish to support the Women in Development Collection with a gift of $


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Please make checks payable to the University of Florida Foundation, Inc. and mail to Samuel
Huang, associate dean for advanccement and development, George A. Smathers Libraries,
University of Florida, PO Box 117001, Gainesville, FL 32611-7001.
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Radical Women in Gainesville online collection:
Reclaiming history from the grassroots

by Leila Adams
Digital Library Center / -

M y collecting of oral histories from I A .
women involved in the Gainesville
women's movement began in November,
2006 under the auspices of the Ronald E.

McNair Scholar Program and the guidance
of Dr. Trysh Travis at the UF Center for
Women's Studies and Gender Research.

Collaboration with the UF Digital
Library Center has produced an efficient
collection site (http://www.uflib.ufl.
edu/UFDC/?s=rwg&m=hitletter) that
allows the user to view, zoom, search and
download images of archival documents,
and an educational exhibit site that
contextualizes the collection by providing
a comprehensive history of the local
women's movement.

Radical Women in Gainesville documents
the valiant history of feminists who helped
reform the conservative Gainesville college
town in the late 1960s and throughout
the 1970s. The collection is comprised
of photos, oral histories, self-published
newsprints, newsletters, brochures, notes
from feminist organizations and other
original documents.

The Radical Women in Gainesville online
digital collection exhibit officially opened
March 1 in celebration of Women's History

The Gainesville women's history movement
dates back to 1968, when two Gainesville
women wrote "Towards a Female
Liberation Movement," the political essay
that propelled the static national women's
movement into action. Local women also
founded one of the first five Women's
Liberation Groups in the nation. Today,
Gainesville's rich and active women's
community is one of many descendants
of the women's movement. Some of the

In the late 1960s, civil rights activists
protest in front of College Inn, a segregated

radical women, now between the ages of
50 and 80, still actively participate in local
NOW chapters and in other organizations.

Radical Women in Gainesville is a
developing collection and exhibit site that
memorializes the work of local radical
feminists while preserving historical
documents for future generations to
access for research and empowerment.
The collection continues to grow as
local women contribute their personal
collections to the repository. Future
collections are planned to include radical
women throughout Florida.

For more information or to talk with the
exhibit curator, contact Leila Adams or the
University of Florida Digital Library Center
at dlc@uflib.ufl.edu or (352) 273-2900.

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degree in English from UF with a minor in
Women's Studies. She is a Ronald E. McNair
scholar and a scholar in the University
Scholars Program, two undergraduate
research programs. She has applied to a
number of Library and Information Sciences
graduate programs and hopes to ultimately
earn a doctoral degree in Media Studies from
Rutgers University, studying the ways in
which online exhibits and digital collections
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Suzy Covey Comic Book
Suzy Covey's volunteer commitment to
this collection was a testament to her
generosity of spirit and it is only fitting
that this collection be named for her.

The web pages that describe the
collection are located at http://www.

The Suzy Covey Comic Book Collection
directly supports the Comic Studies
Program offered by the Department of
English at the University of Florida, but its
holdings are open to all having an interest
in the field. The collection is still growing,
and is useful for those interested in the
history and development of sequential art
formats, particularly in the United States
and includes original and reprint comic
books, strips, caricatures and related
items. The collection holds items from
every recognized 'Age" of comics as well as
every genre, including daily humor strips
and political satire as well as superhero,
funny animal and underground comics.

Suzy Covey Comic Book Fund
The Suzy Covey Comic Book Fund has
also been established to honor Covey
by supporting the collection. Gifts to
the fund will honor her memory as a
friend, colleague and librarian. When
the fund balance reaches $30,000, it
will become an endowment that will
sustain and expand the collection that
she cared for so lovingly. If you wish
to make a contribution, please make
your check payable to the University
of Florida Foundation, Inc., and note
the Suzy Covey Fund in the memo
field. Contributions can be mailed to
the Office of Development, George A.
Smathers Libraries, P.O. Box 117001,
Gainesville, FL 32611.
Chapter One C- 5

Kathleen Benson Haskins, widow of
the late James Haskins, has pledged a
challenge gift of $25,000 to support the
James Haskins Collection if the libraries
can match the funds by the end of 2009.
The funds will help raise an awareness of
the collections existence and build a close
relationship between the collection and its
use by scholars.A second goal is to build
a Visiting Scholar Fellowship in African
American Studies at UE

For more information on the James
Haskins Endowment, contact Sam Huang,
associate dean for advancement and
development, at (352) 273-2505.

Friends of the Libraries

Includes all gifts received by the George A. Smathers Libraries from January 1,2007 to February 1,2008

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University Athletic Association, Inc.

Donors of$10,000 to $49,999
A. H. Burnett Foundation

Donors of$1,000 to $9,999
Bates Family Foundation
Biltmore Construction Co., Inc.
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Houston Gator Club
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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc.
Morgan Stanley
N.E. Florida Library Information
Network, Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Foundation, Inc.
United Southern Bank
Wachovia Securities LLC
Woodell Family Foundation, Inc.

Donors of$500 to $999
Ford Foundation
Long &Associates .........

Donors of$250 to $499
ExxonMobil Foundation
Verizon Foundation

Donors ofLess than $249
Alachua Printing, Inc.
Avaya Communication
AXA Foundation
BellSouth Corp.
Boeing Co.
Dean, Mead, Egerton, Blo odworth, et al.
Eaton Corp.
Eli Lilly & Co. Foundation
FPL Group Foundation, Inc.
Gannett Foundation
GE Foundation
Harvey E. Gutman Trust
IBM Corp.
Intel Foundation
Lockheed Martin Corp.
Marsh & McLennan Cos., Inc.
Motorola Foundation
New York Times Co. Foundation
Omaha Community Foundation
Pfizer, Inc.
Procter & Gamble Co.
The Quaker Chemical Foundation
George A. Smathers Libraries Leadership

Donors of $100,000 or More
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Ms. Jacqueline Allee Smith

Donors of $10,000 to $49,999
Dr. Harold P. & Mrs. Mary J. Hanson
Ms.Kathleen B. Haskins
Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart
Dr. H. Anson & Mrs. Lilla S. Moye
Ms. Elisabeth C. Odum

Donors of $1,000 to $9,999
Mr. Benjamin L. & Mrs.Wendy Abberger
Mrs. Marilyn H. & Mr. Robert C. Adkins
Mr. Cromwell A. Anderson
Mrs. Susannah Borg
Dr. Robert A. Bryan
Ms. Mary Ellen Burnett
Ms. Margery A. Chaney
Mr. John Owen & Mrs. Margaret A. Clark
Mr. Marshall M. & Mrs.Paula P. Criser
Mr. Rees Crosby
Mr. Sol & Mrs. Penny Davidson
Mr. Keith R. & Mrs. Dolores D. Douglas
Dr.KarenE.8 I. I. 1., I .1 i
Mr. Robert W. Ganger
Mr. Eugene E. & Mrs. Nancy L. Grissom
Mr. George F. & Mrs. Pamela 0. Hamel
Mr. Bruce M. & Mrs. Medea D. Harris
Mr. Stumpy & Mrs. Dorothy L. Harris
Dr. Zolika A. Heath
Dr. John E. Ingram
Mr.Walter G. & Mrs. Rebecca L. Jewett

Mr. Bruce A. & Mrs. Susan E. G. Smathers
Mrs. Suzanne M. & Mr. Robert Taylor
Mr. J. Thomas Touchton
Mrs. Carole 0. & Mr. Robert H. Townsend
Dr. Benjamin & Mrs. Saundra E.Wallace
Ms. Fulbia A.Westfall
Mrs. Ruby Jean W. & Mr.Warren B.
Wiltshire, Jr.
Dr. Thomas M. & Mrs. Leewood B.

Donors of$500 to $999
Mr. Michael P. Beeby & Ms. Kathryn
Mrs.Patricia & Mr. Alex Bradford
Mrs. Susan A. & Dr. Michael A. Chizner
Mr. Steven G. & Mrs. Susan D. Christovich
Mr.William C. Covey III
Dr. James G. Cusick
Ms. Carmen D. Deere
Mrs. Lou W DeLaney
Mr. Richard L. Escher
Ms.Nadine Fernandez
Mrs. Barbara M. & Mr. Martin G.
Gundersen, Jr.
Ms.Jo Ann Hill
Dr. Dimitrios Ioannou
Mrs. J. Lane & Mr. Brian D. Jimison
Mrs.Paula C. & Dr. Charles T.King
Dr. Keith B. Pautler
Mrs.Victoria C. & Mr. William M.
Randle, Jr.
Mr. Kurt E. Rudolph
Ms. Judith C. Russell

UF campus ensemble Jacare entertained with traditional music from Brazil
at the Padre Cicero exhibit reception honoring donor Ralph Della Cava

Mr. Joshua C. Johnson
Mr. Allen L. & Mrs. Delores T. Lastinger
Dr. Earle E. & Mrs. Barbara P. Muschlitz
Dr. Charlotte M. Porter
Mr.Alan L. & Mrs.Susan L. Proctor
Mrs. Bessie R. Proctor
Mr. Ted C. & Mrs.Ellen B. Prosser
Dr. Marianne Schmink
Mr. Ernest A. & Mrs. Norma M. Sellers

Ms.Arya Safa
Mrs. Elizabeth B. & Mr. Robert C. Sanchez
Ms. Florence Soares
Mrs.Paula M. & Mr. Kevin J.Ward
Ms.Alice ColonWarren
Ms.Avra G.Watson
Mr. Roger WYoerges & Ms. Denise
Ms.Sally W.Yudelman

Includes all gifts received by the libraries from January 1,2007 to February 1,2008

Donors of$250 to $499
Mr. Brian F. & Mrs.Keri D.Allen
Ms.Maya Angelou
Ms. Shelley A. Arlen & Dr. John H. Mo ore
Mr. Eugene F. Bandy III
Mrs.Wendy K. & Mr. Nathan L. Belkin
Mr. Leo Branton, Jr.
Dr. Alfred A. & Mrs. Mary Sue D. Cave
Mrs. Marianne A. & Mr. Louis M. Cohen
Mrs. Julia K. & Mr. Eddie J. Frederick
Mrs.Vivian M. & Dr. John T. Gallo
Dr. Ilene S. & Dr. Jeffrey H. Levenson
Mr. James M. & Mrs. Paula D. Magee
Mr. Hugh J. & Mrs. Maricela Z. Mazzei
Ms. Jan Miller
Mr. Carl W. & Mrs. Brenda J. Mitchell
Mr. MacKenzie D. Moritz
Mr. Jason S. & Mrs. Monica J. Morris
Mr. David R. & Mrs. Jessica 0. Nute
Mr. John E. & Mrs. Carolyn Retey
Mr. James B. Rogers, Jr.
Mr.Antonio S. & Mrs. Zilma S.Rose
Dr. Daniel M. Schulgasser & Ms. Patricia
M. Connors
Mr. Rick Silverman & Ms. Michele A.
Mr. Steven N. & Mrs.Vicki J. Stolberg
Mrs.Kwok-Lan C. & Dr.Yinpo Tschang
Ms. Carol A. Turner
Mr. Michael T. & Mrs. Connie E. Turner
Mrs. Jane M. & Mr. Harold B.Wahl, Jr.

Donors ofLess than $249
Ms. Jane Elizabeth Adair
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Mr. Thomas J. & Mrs. Mary Beth Ali
Ms. Jacqueline H. Allen
Ms. Cynthia G.Alonso
Mrs. Ellen Anderson
Dr. Jan F. &Mrs.Nancy S.Andrus
Ms.Linda J.Arbuckle & Mr. Leland
G. Shaw
Ms. Joyce M.Aycock
Mrs.Ann M. & Mr. Robert H.Ayers
Ms. Jeanette H. Bailey
Mr. Greggory L. Baker
Dr. Karen W. & Mr. Robert F. Barnes
Mrs. Aimee L. Barrett
Ms.Wanda F.Barry
Mrs. Beverly F. & Dr. Rodney J. Bartlett
Mrs. Patricia P. & Mr. Richard D. Bartlett
Mrs.Virginia W. & Mr. Kenneth E. Baum
Dr. Christopher A. & Mrs. Lisa A. Baumann
Dr. Michael S. Becker
Dr. George C. & Dr. Elizabeth R. Bedell
Mr. James L. & Mrs.Vania A. Beight
Mr.P. George & Mrs. Jane 0. Benson
Mr. Robert M. & Mrs. Margaret J. Berntsen
Dr. Thomas M. & Mrs. Dawn M. Bertnick
Mr. Gerald S. & Mrs. Robin A.R. Bettman
Mrs. Diane M. & Mr. Robert L. Biano
Mr. Kent M. & Mrs. Jane Blocher
Dr.MyronA. & Mrs.Tordis 0.Bondelid
Mrs. Lynn S. & Mr. Kirk N. Bramlett
Mrs.Sharon B. & Mr. Gregory A. Brown

Mrs.Kathryn W. Bryan (d)
Dr. Keith & Mrs. Jean C. Bullivant
Mr. Bruce S. Bullock
Mr. Daniel A. & Mrs. Sheree Bunye
Mr. Stephen R. Burant & Ms. Roxane
D.V. Sismanidis
Dr. Derek G. & Mrs. Nancy A. Burch
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Mrs. Marie L. & Mr. Rudolph V. Cantarini
Mr. Richard J. & Mrs. Margaret M. Cantwell
Mrs. Carol Carbonell & Mr. Oscar F.
Mr. Richard L. & Mrs. Carmen C. Cashman
Dr. Maria C. & Dr. Diego J. Castano
Mr. Keith B. & Mrs. Pamela A. Cherry
Dr. Marie A. Churney
Dr. Ira G. & Mrs. Joanna M. Clark
Mr. Wilbur R. & Mrs. Alice A. Clopton

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Studies Collections, doctoral student Car
senior associate dean, dressed in costum
Wonderland exhibit tea party reception a

Mr.William & Mrs. Loretta Cobb
Mr. Alexander J. Coleman
Mr. Daniel S. Coleman
Mrs.Leona S. & Mr. Ralph L. Coleman
Ms. Patricia M. Collins
Dr. Crystal S. Compton
Mr.Wayne R. & Mrs. Janice N. Compton
Mr. Philip R. Conte
Mrs.Lisa C. & Mr. Rodney Cooper
Mr. Douglass F. & Mrs. Carolyn R. Covey
Mrs. Betty Jo & Dr. John M. Craig
Dr. David K. & Mrs.Lee Y. Crapps
Ms. Sally A. Cravens
Mr. Troy D. Crumbaugh
Ms. Michele J. Crump
Mrs. Lynn A. & Mr. Kevin E Cuda
Dr. Taraneh M. & Mr. Frank A. Darabi
Mrs. Patricia J. & Mr. Dennis E. Davis, Jr.
Mr. Stephen B. & Mrs. Betty L. Davis
Mr. David K. Day
Mr. Bruce D. & The Hon. Paula M. DeLaney
Mr. Michael J. & Mrs. Dina W. DeLeo

Mr. Julio E. & Mrs. Nora Delgado
Mrs. Jeanne Marendt & Curtis W.
DeSena, M.D.
Mr. Michael & Mrs. Tina L. Doland
Mrs. Christine Doll
Mr. Robert L. & Mrs. Ginger P. Dotson
Mr. Robert C. Dowd & Ms. Maribeth
Ms. Paulette Edwards
Dr. Mary Lindsay Elmendorf & Dr. John L.
Mrs KayW.Elser (d)
Dr. Robert C. Elser
Mr. Juan E. Enjamio & Ms. Maria
Delourdes Rivero
Mr. Joseph A. & Mrs. Sandra S. Erler
Dr. Jose M. Esteban
Ms. Sally I. Evans & Mr. Brian D. Rodgers


ment of Special and Area
i Keebaugh and John Ingram,
Sto promote the Alice in
nd program

Dr. Robert G. Fabian
Mr. David B. & Mrs. Danuta D. Falstad
Mr. Marc E. & Mrs. Alison K. Feldman
Mrs. Orie C. & Mr.Vernon V. Ferguson
Mr. Jose R. & Mrs. Eloisa M. Fernandez
Mrs. Sheila M. & Dr. Glenn E. Ferrall, Jr.
Mrs.Wendy Fertig
Mr. John M. & Mrs. Rosanne W. Field
Dr. Michael J. & Dr. Margaret U. Fields
Ms. Robin B. Forman
Mrs. Mary & Mr. David A. Fradley
Mr. Robert T. & Mrs. Martha C. Frampton
Mr. David C. Freer
Ms. Sheri D. Frenthway
Dr. Leonard T. & Mrs. Elizabeth T. Furlow
Dr. Robert H. & Dr. Gail West Garin
Mr. Leslie C. Gates
Dr. Raymond & Mrs. Ruth GayCrosier
Ms. Nancy P. Geiger
Dr. Donald E. & Dr. Sylvia C. Gerson
Dr. Anna Mae Giese
Dr. C. Herbert & Mrs. Carol A. Gilliland

Mrs. Teresa F. & Mr. John C. Gilmour, Jr.
Dr. Mary Elizabeth Ginway
Mr. Michal J. & Mrs.Patricia P. Glenn
Mr. Steven J. & Mrs. Hallie S. Goldman
Mrs. Evelyn Y. & Mr. Jeffrey J. Gough
Dr. Lawrence S. & Mrs. Jane M. Graham
Randall D. & Mrs. Beverly S. Greer
Mrs. Susan Stephan & Mr. Chad G. Greer
Dr. David R. Griggs
Mr. George M. & Mrs. Catherine H. Groome
Mr. Guillermo & Mrs. Carmen Guariguata
Ms. Carroll R. Guzman
Dr.Victor L. & Mrs. Ruth C. Guzman
Mrs. Anne M. & Mr. Phillip S. Haisley
Mr. John H. & Mrs.Lin E. Hansbrough
Mr.William R. Hardin
Mrs. Elizabeth V. Harrer
Dr. James J. & Mrs. Marilyn C. Harris
Mrs. Teresa Harrison
Dr. Robert A. Hatch & Ms. Sue Heflin
Mr. John D. & Ms. Marjan Haviland
Ms. Jamie Lou P. Hawthorne
Dr. Joyce L. Hayman
Mr. Robert F. & Mrs. Constance P. Head
Mrs. Martha P. & Dr. John H. Hellmuth
Dr. Charles S. & Mrs.Elizabeth J.
Mrs. Karen K. Hendrick
Dr. John W. & Dr. Lynn S. Hermanson
Ms. Marina Hernandez
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Mr. Tod F. & Mrs. Dee J. Herron
Mr. David E. & Mrs. Leslie J. Heumann
Dr. Jim & Mrs. Rita C. Hillman
Ms. Catherine M. Hinely
Mr. James C. & Mrs. Maria A. Hinely
Mr. Clay A. Hipke
Mr. Peter & Mrs. Kimberly Hofstra
Dr. Robert D. & Mrs. Lynne W. Holt
Mrs. Linda L. & Mr. Ronald Holter
Mrs. Dorothy H. & Dr. George M. Hope
Dr. Ronald C. & Mrs. Marilyn L. Houts
Mrs. Martha K. & Mr. David A. Hruska
Mr. Samuel T. & Mrs. Corinna Huang
Mr. Patrick E. Hughes
Mrs. Lela R. & Mr. Robert C. Hulsebus
Dr. Janice K. & Mr. Frank Hunter
Mr. Larry E. & Mrs. Suzanne S. Israel
Mrs. Janet R. & Mr. James E. Janke
Ms. Tracy A. Jankovic & Mr. Knolys S.
Mrs. Andrea C. & Mr. R. Anthony Japzon
Mr. Kent A. & Mrs. Pamela K. Johnson
Mr. Robert L.Johnson
Dr. Frank Jolles
Mr. Charles A. & Ms. Cathryn Gallad-Jones
Dr. Eugene & Dr. Jacqueline J. Jones
Dr. Jonathan S. Jones & Mrs.Barbara F.Zea
Mrs. Lee P. & Mr. Sidney R. Jones
Ms.Ann Kalkhoff
Mr. Neil B. & Mrs. Mary Kalmanson
Mr. Russell H. & Mrs. Karen H. Kasper
Dr. Alan R. & Dr. Linde Katritzky

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Includes all gifts received by the libraries from January 1,2007 to February 1,2008

Mr. Bryan S. & Mrs. Terrie Sue Katz
Mr. Bruce H. & Mrs. Erin Kauffman
Mr. Brian W. & Mrs. Elizabeth A. Keith
Mrs. Marta C. & Mr. Michael W. Kendrick
Mr. Richard D. Kerrins, Jr.
Mr. Glen L. & Mrs. Beth Kessler
Ms.Yvette H.Key
Dr. Kenneth B.Kidd
Mrs. Suzanne B. & Dr. Clyde E Kiker
Mr. William S. & Mrs. Cynthia K. Kirchhoff
D r.Ve....... I I. I
Mr. Allen Klafter
Mr. Donald E. Knerr
Lt. Bernard D. Knox
Dr. Stephanie M. Kondy
Dr. Leo A. & Mrs. Barbara G. Kormann

Mrs. Carolyn G. & Mr. Donald H. Martin
Dr. Frederick L. & Mrs. Jennifer L. Martin
Mr.William D. & Mrs. Diane Matthewman
Mr. Michael John Matthews
Mr. Thomas F. & Mrs. Frances C. McAllister
Dr. Edward J. & Mrs. Pamela W. McAloon
Mr. James H. McClelland
Mr. Robert E. & Mrs. Jennifer F. McCormick
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Mr. Christopher W. McVoy
Dr. Michael H. & Mrs. Joan D. Means
Dr. Albert R. & Mrs.Anne D. Menard
Dr. Constance M. & Dr. James J. Messina
Mr. David R. & Mrs. Karen D. Mica
Ms. Deborah V. Michelson
Mrs. Isabelle M. & Mr. Michael E. Miller

James Cusick, interim chair of the Department of Special and Area Studies,
introduced Dr. Michael Gannon, who read his book History ofFlorida in 40
Minutes at the libraries' kickoff event for the university's capital campaign

Ms.Donna M.Kostreva
Mr. James L. & Mrs. Katherine M. Kotas
Dr. Sherry E. Kragler
Dr. Jerome T. Kresse
Mr. Terry R. & Mrs. Linda F. Kroemer
Mr. Jeffrey W. & Mrs. Deidra J. LaCroix
Mrs. Alyce H. & Mr. L. Gilmer Lanier
Ms.Alison L.Larkins
Dr. Mark B. Lefkowitz
Dr. Moi B. Leong
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Mr. Wallace S. & Mrs. Priscilla D.
Mr. Karl S. & Mrs. Renee M. Litzenberger
Mr. James P. Liversidge
Mr. William Logan
Mrs. Sally Lignon & Mr. Raymond L. Logue
Mrs. Maria E. & Mr. Santiago Lopez
Jacquelyn P. Lumpkin Wooden, Esq.
Ms. Helen Dow Lundquist
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Mr. Philip H. & Dr. Marguerite A. Mahler
Mr. Peter P. & Mrs. Iona R. Malanchuk
Mr. Timothy P. Malinak
Mr. Daniel L. & Mrs. Genevieve Maloney
Mr. Mario & Mrs. Debra Mangone

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Mr. Mark W. & Mrs. Kimberly A. Milner
Mr. Keith 0. & Mrs. Elaine R. Milsark
Mrs. Nancy R. & Mr. Kevin S. Miner
Mrs. Susan C. & Mr. William H. Minter
Dr. Jeffrey M. Mitchem & Dr. Bonnie
G. McEwan
Mr. Travis A. & Mrs. Amy R. Moore
Mr. John P. & Mrs. Deborah J. Morrissey
Mrs. Susan C. & Mr. Thomas A. Moseley
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Mrs. Robin H. & Mr. Robert B. Murphy
Ms. Corallie H. Murray
Dr. Paul & Mrs. Elizabeth W. Mushak
Dr. Jordan & Mrs. Lori Mussary
Mr.Walter Naegle
Mr. John & Mrs. Laura K. Nemmers
Ms.Marilyn Newman
Mr. George H. & Mrs. Donna W. Nickerson
Mr.William B. Novoa
Ms. Linda A. Nugent
Ms.Marcia O'Donovan Bourdon &
Mr. Steven P. Bourdon
Mrs. Arlene F. & Mr. Timothy J. O'Leary
Dr. John P. & Mrs. Barbara M. Oliver
Mrs. Charlotte C. Olson & Mr. Timothy
P. Tolar

Mr.Donald G. & Mrs. Elizabeth C. Olson
Mr.Dwight W. 01son, Jr.
Mrs. Susanne C. & Mr. Mark F. Openshaw
Mr. James A. & Mrs. Suzanne L. Orr
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Mr. H. E. & Mr. Gail M. Osteen
Mr. Roger E. Owen
Dr. D'Orsay W. Pearson
Mr. Thomas S. Perusits
Mrs. Marsha R. & Mr. Michael R. Phelts
Mr. RoyW. & Mrs.Iris M.Philemon
Dr. John & Mrs. Louise R. Plodinec
Mr.Walter G. & Mrs. Karen S. Pollard
Mr. Ananth K. & Mrs. Sunita K. Prasad
Mr. Gary L. & Mrs. Suzzanne G. Printy
Ms. KayA. Quinn
Mr. Donald T. & Mrs. Marcia A. Raskin
Mrs. Constance A. & Mr. Timothy B. Ray
Mrs. Debra B. & Mr. B. E. Rayfield
Mrs. Laura H. & Mr. Brandon Reddell
Dr. Russell R. & Mrs. Karen J. Renk
Ms. Rosana D. Resende
Mrs. Teresa Broach & Mr. Dennis
Mr. Paul L.Rhode
Mr. Ralph W. Rice & Ms.Sue Alvers
Mr. David E. & Mrs.Lorraine E. Richstone
Dr. John E. & Mrs. Maureen C. Riski
Ms. Caroline Jeanette Rister (d)
Mr. Bruce B. Ritchie & Ms. Sue Ellen Smith
Mrs. Paulette L. & Mr. Thomas L. Ritchie
Mr. Paul A. & Mrs. Susan P. Robell
Mr. Richard A. & Mrs. Noreen H. Roberson
Mr. Donald F. & Mrs. Marcia I. Roberts
Mr. Ronald W. & Mrs. Sandra Robertson
Ms.Amy J. Robinson
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Mr. Ira E. & Mrs.Annette Z. Ross
Mr. Lawrence D. & Mrs. Caitriona M. Roth
Mr. Craig E. Rothburd
Dr. Thomas C. & Mrs. Mary E. Rowe
Mr.Wesley A. & Mrs. Doddie M. Royal
S I ,iI I ll
Mrs.Alexandra C. &Dr.Pedro L.Rustan,Jr.
Mrs. Deborah H. & Mr. Joshua I. Rutter
Dr. Helen I. Safa & Mr. John Du Moulin
Dr. Martha L. & Mr. Danny L. Sale
Mr. Jack B. & Mrs. Barbara B. Salt
Mr. McGann Saphir
Ms. Marge Sapp
Mrs.D. Diane & Mr. EW.Schaeberle
Dr. J. Eric Schonblom
Ms. Gay E. Schueler
Dr. John F. & Dr. Lynn Thomson Scott
Linda Searl, FAIA & Mr. Joseph M.Valerio
Ms. Margaret 0. Seymour
Ms.Katherine Heath Shaeffer
Mr. Bernard A. & Mrs. Gladys Shaw
Ms. Tammi Lou Shirar-Friskney &
Mr. Randy L. Friskney
Lt. Col. Douglas D. Shull & Ms. Rosa
Mr.Azmat H. & Mrs. Saira K. Siddiqi
Mr. Gary W. & Mrs.Rita Siebein

Mrs. Cheryl J. & Mr. Harvey W. Sigmond III
Mr. Harold E. & Mrs. Judy D. Simmons
Mrs. Shannon E. & Mr. Ryan G. Simmons
Mrs.Elizabeth Y. & Mr. Thomas B.
Simpson III
Ms. Jan M. Slotnick
Dr. Benjamin W. & Mrs. Elizabeth G. Smith
Ms. Bridgette B. Smith
Mrs. Emma W. & Mr. Thomas A. Smith
Mrs. Margaret N. & Mr. Charles L. Smith
Ms. Randi Marie Smith
Mrs. Rita J. & Dr. Stanley K. Smith
Mrs. Margaret 0. & Mr. F. James Smoot
Mr. Richard L. Snively
Dr. Chris G. Snodgrass & Dr. Carol J. Murphy
Dr. Christopher G. Soares
Mr. Theodore F. & Mrs. Jean M. Spas
Mr. Leonard H. 0. & Mrs. Gloria A. Spearman
The Hon. Richard T. & Mrs. Martha J.
Dr. David W. Steadman
Mr. Patrick J. Stefan
Mr. David J. & Mrs. Debra R. Stevens
Anne V. Stokes, Ph.D.
Mr. Hobson L. & Mrs. Susan H. Strain
Mr. George M. & Dr. Janie D. Sweet
Dr. Laurie N. & Mr. James C. Taylor
Mr. Pete Taylor
Mrs. Ruth F. Taylor
Mr. Philip M. & Mrs. Donna L. Tenenbaum
Dr. James R. & Mrs. Barbara E. Thieman
Mrs. Joan H. & Mr. Joe Thomas
Dr. James C. Trager
Dr. Julie Martin & Dr. Scott R. Trenor
Mr. Edward H. Trent
Mr. Ronald P. & Mrs. Kathryn L. Trunzo
Mr. Nicholas P. Tsotsos
Mr. Brian P. & Mrs. Sheila A. Turbet
Ms. Florence M. Turcotte
Mrs. Sharon K. & Mr. Robert E.
Umbarger, Jr.
Mrs. Sandra B. & Mr. Rodell L. Urban
Mr. Donald L. & Mrs. Diana M.Van Horn
Mrs. Holly S. & Mr. Steven J.Van Wagener
Mr. JeffVawter
Mr. Peter B. & Mr. David B.Vlcek
Mr. Robert R. & Mrs. Elizabeth B.Volkman
Ms. Marion S.Voyles
Mr. Joel D. & Mrs. Shirley A. Wahlberg
Ms. Mary B.Walker
Dr.YanhuaWang & Ms.Lei Xue
Mrs. Elizabeth G.Waring & Mr. Jack
Ms. Barbara Warner
Mr. Alfred C. & Mrs. Judy A.Warrington
Mr. Brian D.Webb
Mrs. Dawn M. & Mr. Kenneth J.Wegner
Mrs. MaryV. & Mr. Bruce L.Welch
Mrs.Laura & Mr. Thomas J.Wess
Mr. Andrew C. West
Dr. Harold C. & Mrs. Lucile A.White
Ms. Mary K.Whitson
Bradley B.Williams, Ph.D.
Ms. Nancy L.Williams
Mr. Stephen A. & Mrs. Mary Ellen Winkler

Includes all gifts received by the libraries from January 1,2007 to February 1,2008

Dr. John F.Wironen
Mrs.Rhoda B.Wolf
Mrs. Greta H. & Mr. Christopher
Mrs. Ilene R. & Dr. Michael A.
Mrs. Candace M. & Mr. Gregory
Mrs.Elaine M. & Mr. George S.
Mrs.Sally F.Zepeda
Mrs. Catherine Roll & Mr.
Charles S.Zombar


Donors of $100,000 or More
Dr. John E. Ingram
Mr. Bruce A. & Mrs. Susan E. G.

Donors ofLess than $249
Mrs. Aimee L. Barrett
Lt. Bernard D.Knox


Mr.William H.Abbott
Dr. M.Alas-Brun
Mr. Greg Allen
American Buddhist Temple
Mr. Louis Andrews
Ms. Shelley Arlen
Mr.Ziyad M.Alshiha
Mr. Louis Andrews
Dr. Kosi Avotri
Mr. Hari N. Banerjee
Ms. Jenny Basantes
Ms. Jenny Barton
Ms. Patricia Battin
Dr. Gabriel Cabrera Becerra

Dr. Ronald Behringer
Bentley Historical Museum
Dr. Roberto Blasi
Dr. Alvaro Bolanos
Ms.Ramonina Brea
Bridge Publications
Mr. James J. Briggs
Mr. Richard Alan Bunch
Ms.Bernadette Cailler
Ms. Mary Louise Campion
Ms. Jane Anne Carey
Mr. George Carpetto
Center for Basque Studies
Center for Energetic Concepts
Mrs. Pam Cenzer
Ms. Cindy Chan

Coastal & Oceanographic
Engineering Program
Dr. Richard S. Conley
Dr. Florin Curta
Dartmouth ( ..II.
Mr. Francis De Tarr
Dr. Frank Di Trolio
Mr. Denis Ribeiro do Valle
Mr. Kim Dong-Young
Ms. Emily Duckworth
Ms.Joan Dunayer
Mr. Kenneth Durr
Ms. Christi Elcock
Dr. George Eisenwein
Dr. Jakob Eisler
Ms. Tina Etherington
Ms.Margaret Evans
Mr. Patrick Evans
Mr. J. D. Ewing
Mr. Eugene Fairbanks
Mr. David Fleischer
Ms.Renee Fields
Mr. Richard Friedrich
Dr. Hajime Fujiwara
Ms.Karen Fung
Mr. Bill Furr
Mr. Steven Gabrysh

Mr. Gustavo V. Garcia
Mr. Federico Crespo Garcia
Dr. J. C. Garcia-Zamor
Mrs.Melita Gardner
Dr. Paul George
Mr. Gilad J. Gevaryahu
Mr. Marcelo Giugale
Dr. Guido Goldman
Mr. Luis A. Gonzalez
Dr. Stephen Gotteman
Ms.Susan Gregor
Dr. Francesca T. Grifo
Mr. Khalaf Ahmed Al
Mr. Rafi Haftka
Dr. Karelisa Hartigan
Dr. Robert Hathaway
Mr. Rainer Hengsbach
Dr. Richard Hiers
Dr. Peter Hildebrand
Mr. George Hill
Ms. Marjorie Hipple
Mr. Keiko Hirose
Mr. Michael Hoffmann
Dr. Sidney Homan
Ms.Kathleen Howe
Mr. Bill Huth
Mr. Shunpei Iguchi
Mr. Pascal James Imperato
Mr. Ernie Ingles
Mr. James Israel Deai
International House of libr-
Dr. Kathleen Hall Jamieson
Japanese Literature ,I I I .... &
Promotion Center
Mr. Chris Jespersen
Dr. Chueng-Ryong Ji
Mr. Pat Johnston
Mr. Oiliam Jose
Mr. David Kaufmann
Mrs. Gloria Keister
Mr.Art Kerber
Ms.Salim Khaireddine
Mr.William P. Kiehl
Dr. Mary Kilgour
Mr. H. C. Kim
Dr.Nancy I.. ......
Korean Foundation
Dr. Joseph W. Koterski
Ms.Jan Krajniak
Mrs.Marce Kuhe
Dr. Craig Kunaschk
Mr. Gerald Latortue
Mr. Basanta Lohani
Dr. Barbara Lopez-Mayhew
Mrs. Kameswami Maddala
Mr. Peter Malanchuk
Dr. Oscar Mandel
Ms.Alisa Marchiono
Dr. Kenneth Martison

Mat Giao Association
in California
Mr. Michael P. McCann
Ms. Polly McCrillis
Mrs. Nancy McMahon
Ms. Danielle Methvin
Mr. Mark Mitchell
Mr. Ronald Moran
Dr. Jim Morgan
Mr. Henry J. Morro
Dr. Robert L. Moxley
D r.' .. ,II i 1 1
Dr.Willy Munoz
q I 1 I t. r

Dr. Robert Singerman
Dr. Minka Slateva
I, I I I
Dr. Kathlin Smith
Society for the Research of the
History of the Zionist Youth
Movement in Hungary
Dr. Alberto Sousa
Dr. David J. Stanley
Dr. Julius Stern
Ms.Susan Stover
Mr.Yim Sung-joon
Dr. Mel Sunquist
Mr. Nicholas J. Suszynski, Jr.

n of University Libraries Judith Russell, right, talking with
rians at a welcome reception in her honor

Dr. Marilyn Norman
M s.Ella, I .....
Dr. Frank Offerle
Mr. Jerry Lee Osborne
Mrs.Beth Pagel
Dr. Anne Paolucci
Dr. Bernard Paris
Dr. Moshe Pelli
Mr. Paul Petrie
Dr. Susan M. Phillips
Ms. Constance Polin
Mr.Alexander Pronin
Mr. Jeffrey M. Puryear
Mrs.Kailas J. Rao
Dr. Murati Rao
Romanian Cultural Institute
Dr. Peter L. Rudnytsky
Dr. J. Philippe Rushton
Rev. Keiku Sahashi
Dr. Antonio Santangelo
Dr. Clara Sarrocco
Mr. Kanat B. Saudabayev
Mr. Keith Schooley
Mr. Randy Schutt
Dr. John Scott
Dr. William Seaman
Mr. Scott A. Shay
Dr. Peter Sherrard
Mr. Richard G. Shieldhouse

Mr.Walter C. Tappan
Mr. Jim Tedesco
Mr. Orlando Tibbets
Ms.Michelle Thatcher
Mr. Keiko Thorn
Mr. Jay Donald Turk
Ms. Carol Turner
Mr. Donald Tyler
Mr. Etieme van Rijn
Mr. Ram Varmha
Dr. Leonardo A.Villalon
Raul Fernandez Vitores
Whittemore Foundation
Dr. Luise White
Dr. Tony White
Ms. Faith Whittlesey
Ms. Patricia Wilcox
Mr. Gao Xiechu
Mr. Cyrus Ebrahim Zadeh
Mr. G.Alwyn Zimmer

Chapter One Ct 9

Library staff enjoyed camaraderie at the retirement reception
for science librarian Barry Hartigan, center

S- L *l, Meet Samuel Huang, the libraries' new associate
-. B 0w dean for advancement and development

by Barbara Hood
SPublic Information ,, i

Samuel T. (Sam) Huang joined the
Smathers Libraries on February 20 as
the new associate dean for advancement
and development. He brings a wide range
Sof experience from library fundraising to
librarian and teaching practices.

Most recently he served as associate dean for
*0 external relations at the University of Arizona
ILibraries, Tucson, Arizona, since 2000. He
was responsible for planning, directing and
0 managing fundraising activities and creating
new fundraising programs for the libraries.
SHe participated with the dean, library Samuel Huang, associate dean for
functional teams and the strategic long-range advancement and development
I planning group in the strategic planning of
new projects and initiatives.
S l I Prior to his position at Arizona, Huang held multiple positions at Northern Illinois
University including curator of rare books and special collections, library services for
I students with special needs, coordinator of computer reference services and assistant
I director of the undergraduate library.

lAt UF, Huang will plan and direct the major fundraising activities and manage the
Ii 'I development, public information and grant components of the libraries. Working
0. I E collaboratively with the library directors, chairs and librarians, he has primary
S *responsibility for directing library efforts that encompass major gifts, donor stewardship,
development of public support groups, fundraising event coordination and relations
S I 1 ,IR between the libraries, its development council, the University of Florida and the UF
S *- Foundation, Inc.

S l S, *Huang believes that libraries, like few other campus units, touch almost every individual
S* ** student and faculty member, and directly enhance the learning and teaching experience.
S l l. ** "Without a doubt, the library is the center of any university"' said Huang.

His first order of businesses will be to learn what our students' and libraries' needs are.
S.omh the R-lph della Cava G :Ifi Armed with that information, he will match our library donors' needs and values. Then,
we can create a plan to help donors meet those needs and support their values.
I ober "7i George A. mrnalhers .brariews
Huang says, "The UF Libraries is an excellent library system with friendly and
Knowledgeable faculty and staff. I look forward to working with library faculty and staff to
achieve the university's mission and advance the UF Libraries to the next level as one of the
top research libraries in the nation"

Huang earned a master of science degree in special education and a master of arts degree
Sin library and information studies from Northern Illinois University. His bachelor's degree
in English language and literature is from Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Friends of the Libraries

1 1,.iy ,',I for
your support!


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Your gifts make a difference

Students, faculty and librarians are
always looking for the perfect resource to
complement their research. While we do
our best to be responsive to special needs,
there are always a few titles or equipment
needs that lie beyond our grasp. If you
are interested in helping the Smathers
Libraries acquire any of the following,
please contact Samuel Huang, associate
dean for advancement and development,
at (352) 273-2505.

Landmarks of Science
(segments 42-49)
$37,080 for all ($4,635 per segment)
Landmarks of Science is a collection
of the most important scientific books
and journals from the 17th early 20th
centuries.It includes famous scientific
works, works by the less famous scientists,
translations (languages also include
French, German, Italian and Latin),
biographies and bibliographies, as well
as the most significant scientific journals.
Segments 42-49 continue the book series
and this addition is needed to keep our
collection up to date.

Angewandte Chemie International
Edition Backfiles $20,000
Angewandte (C: i:, International Edition
is one of the prime chemistry journals
in the world. The journal publishes a
mixture of review articles, highlights and
communications weekly. Additionally,
Nobel lectures in chemistry and related
fields are regularly published. The University
of Florida subscribes to this important
journal and has online full-text available
to researchers from 1998 to the present.
The Backfiles would increase UF's full-text
availability and allow researchers access to
all full-text from 1962 to the present.

Textbooks for high-enrollment courses
During Spring 2007, the Textbook Project
provided textbooks for high-enrollment
science courses available for check-out in
the Marston Science Library. Through a one
time funding of $5,000, over 50 textbooks
were purchased to place on reserve at the
library. The success of this project was
overwhelming with the most popular
books getting checked out over 300 times.
Donations for textbooks are requested for

additional purchases. Of particular need is
the 6th edition of the textbook used for
Calculus I, II &III (MAC2311, MAC2312,
MAC2313): Calculus: Early Transcendentals
by James Stewart.

Hermann Hesse Bibliographie:
Sekundarliteratur 1899-2007. Jirgen
Below. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2007.5 volumes.
Eur 598.00

Online and Distance Learning:
Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and
Applications. ed by Lawrence Tomei.
Hershey: Information Science Pub., 2007
6 vol. set $1,750

International Handbook of Virtual
Learning Environments. Ed. by Joel
Weiss. Dordrecht: Springer, 2006. 2 vol set.

Journal ofMusicological Research
Three back volumes to complete our paper
issues. Online access begins with volume
18. Volumes 15, 16 and 17 needed at $200/
volume. $600

Chapter One C- 11

Please use my gift for 1. Il ..11..
Smathers Libraries Purchase Fund
_ Special & Area Studies Collections
_Latin American Collection
Price Library of Judaica
African Studies Collection
_Asian Studies Collection
P.K.Yonge Library of Florida History
SBaldwin Library of Historical
Children's Literature
SBelknap Performing Arts Collection
Rare Books
University Archives
SArchitecture & Fine Arts Library
SEducation Library
_ Journalism & Communications Library
_ Map & Imagery Library
_ Music Library
SMarston Science Library
SDigital Library Center
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making a planned gift/bequest

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Neuharth Journalism and Communications Library

Judith Russell
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