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This month, three collections are featured on the OCLC website: Medieval Manuscripts from the 12th–15th Century Collection, Apache National Forest History Collection, and the Myron Van Ark Postcard Collection.
University of Portland, Clark Library
The University of Portland's Clark Library houses a small collection of medieval manuscripts from the 12th–15thcenturies. The collection consists of manuscripts, manuscript fragments, musical notations, and individual leaf from larger work. Among the digitized objects are works from Saint Anthony of Egypt; Hugo of Saint Victor; Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris; and Pope Saint Gregory the Great.
Apache County Library District
The Apache County Library District, in partnership with other organizations and citizens, has created a collection of information and photographs related to the history of Apache County. Their goal is to collect, preserve, and make available items of historical relevance regarding Apache County, Arizona.
Hope College, Van Wylen Library
This collection represents the Holland, Michigan, area through postcard images from the 19th and 20th centuries collected by Myron Van Ark and his mother. There are more than 450 images to browse. Here, you can peek into the past of this Dutch-influenced city that has impacted the cultural heritage of western Michigan.