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This month, three collections are featured on the OCLC website: Civil War Correspondence CDM Collection, Through the Eyes of Peace, Nobel Laureate Collection, and the JCSU Presbyterian Collection.
Ohio University Libraries
This digital archive will unite letters, diaries, and other Civil War era documents from 15 manuscript collections held in the Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections. It features writings from a diverse array of Ohioans, including soldiers of varying ranks fighting across the country, military doctors treating the wounded on the battlefield and in hospitals, and family and friends on the home front facing the struggles of rural existence. These letters contain descriptions of daily life in the military and of several important battles. They also reveal the relationships between correspondents, including expressions of love and regret, news of illness, and social gossip, along with discussions of politics and recent events. The digital archive currently contains more than 700 letters and other documents.
Brother Edmond Drouin Library
Walsh University’s Through the Eyes of Peace, Nobel Laureate Collection is a collection of photographs and documents surrounding the visits of Nobel Prize winners at Walsh University. Visitors included: Mother Teresa, Willy Brandt, Elie Wiesel, Coretta Scott King (representing her late husband, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.), and Adolfo Perez Esquival.
Johnson C. Smith University
James B. Duke Memorial Library
The Presbyterian Collection provides information regarding the connection between Johnson C. Smith University and regional Presbyterian churches. It includes church bulletins, correspondence, church histories, and information regarding the Synod of Catawba.