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Animation/Illustration senior to design WNY map project

Roger Coda

The Western New York Library Resources Council (WNYLRC) has selected Dawn Payne, a senior Animation and Illustration major from Orchard Park, to create an original map that identifies the locations of libraries as well as museums, art galleries and historical societies across Western New York.

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Important acquisitions made for Zweig collection at Reed Library

Marketing and Communications staff

Reed Library Special Collections and Archives has purchased two series of original correspondence, one written by Stefan Zweig to Felix Wittmer, and the other written by Friderike Zweig to various correspondents.

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Wilkes receives service award

Marketing and Communications staff

Reed Library Director Kerrie Fergen Wilkes is the most recent recipient of the Western New York Library Resources Council's (WNYLRC) Excellence in Library Service Award.

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Freedonia Marxonia to be celebrated

Marketing and Communications staff

Music and the Marx Brothers is the focus of Freedonia Marxonia 2022, which will be a hybrid event held Sept. 29 and 30.

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Six eclectic historic displays open at Reed Library

Roger Coda

What do a publicity photograph of ʼ70s punk rockers, The Ramones, the cornerstone box from the original Fredonia Academy building, correspondence of acclaimed author Stefan Zweig, photographs of Buffalo Bills players signing autographs, a far different look at the Reed Library interior and postcards of local scenes from the turn of the 20th century have in common?

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Get ready for spring planting with Reed Library’s new seed library

Roger Coda

With spring just around the corner, Reed Library has launched its new Reed/Seed Library to provide students, faculty and staff, as well as community members, with access to seeds to grow healthy fruit and vegetables and promote biodiversity.

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SUNY Fredonia archives preserves Holocaust survivors’ memories

Roger Coda

How Holocaust survivors who relocated to western New York recalled their German camp experiences in interviews they gave more than three decades ago have been preserved in a digitalization project undertaken by Special Collections and Archives.

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