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Week Starting May 20

Friday, May 20
Libraries
The Erma Bombeck Collection: A Sneak Preview

Repeats every 1 day(s), all day

The world came to know the wit and wisdom of 1949 University of Dayton graduate Erma Bombeck through legions of newspaper columns, books and television appearances. With her family’s recent donation of her personal collection, the world now has a glimpse into the mind, heart, soul and relationships of the beloved and celebrated humorist. This selection of letters, photographs, clippings and artifacts provides a preview of the Erma Bombeck Collection’s treasures now undergoing arrangement, description and preservation ahead of a major exhibit planned for the spring of 2024.

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Libraries
A Vision of Art and Faith: The Litany of Loreto and the Work of Ezio Anichini (1886-1948)
In Person

Repeats weekly on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri
Time: 8:30 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.

This exhibit, which draws on the private collection and independent research of John A. Shaffer, will demonstrate how themes recur over Anichini's professional life, with particular reference to Anichini's illustrations of the Virgin Mary and allegorical female figures as symbols for national identity.

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Saturday, May 21
Libraries
The Erma Bombeck Collection: A Sneak Preview

Repeats every 1 day(s), all day

The world came to know the wit and wisdom of 1949 University of Dayton graduate Erma Bombeck through legions of newspaper columns, books and television appearances. With her family’s recent donation of her personal collection, the world now has a glimpse into the mind, heart, soul and relationships of the beloved and celebrated humorist. This selection of letters, photographs, clippings and artifacts provides a preview of the Erma Bombeck Collection’s treasures now undergoing arrangement, description and preservation ahead of a major exhibit planned for the spring of 2024.

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Sunday, May 22
Libraries
The Erma Bombeck Collection: A Sneak Preview

Repeats every 1 day(s), all day

The world came to know the wit and wisdom of 1949 University of Dayton graduate Erma Bombeck through legions of newspaper columns, books and television appearances. With her family’s recent donation of her personal collection, the world now has a glimpse into the mind, heart, soul and relationships of the beloved and celebrated humorist. This selection of letters, photographs, clippings and artifacts provides a preview of the Erma Bombeck Collection’s treasures now undergoing arrangement, description and preservation ahead of a major exhibit planned for the spring of 2024.

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Monday, May 23
Libraries
The Erma Bombeck Collection: A Sneak Preview

Repeats every 1 day(s), all day

The world came to know the wit and wisdom of 1949 University of Dayton graduate Erma Bombeck through legions of newspaper columns, books and television appearances. With her family’s recent donation of her personal collection, the world now has a glimpse into the mind, heart, soul and relationships of the beloved and celebrated humorist. This selection of letters, photographs, clippings and artifacts provides a preview of the Erma Bombeck Collection’s treasures now undergoing arrangement, description and preservation ahead of a major exhibit planned for the spring of 2024.

View Event
Libraries
A Vision of Art and Faith: The Litany of Loreto and the Work of Ezio Anichini (1886-1948)
In Person

Repeats weekly on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri
Time: 8:30 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.

This exhibit, which draws on the private collection and independent research of John A. Shaffer, will demonstrate how themes recur over Anichini's professional life, with particular reference to Anichini's illustrations of the Virgin Mary and allegorical female figures as symbols for national identity.

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Tuesday, May 24
Libraries
The Erma Bombeck Collection: A Sneak Preview

Repeats every 1 day(s), all day

The world came to know the wit and wisdom of 1949 University of Dayton graduate Erma Bombeck through legions of newspaper columns, books and television appearances. With her family’s recent donation of her personal collection, the world now has a glimpse into the mind, heart, soul and relationships of the beloved and celebrated humorist. This selection of letters, photographs, clippings and artifacts provides a preview of the Erma Bombeck Collection’s treasures now undergoing arrangement, description and preservation ahead of a major exhibit planned for the spring of 2024.

View Event
Libraries
A Vision of Art and Faith: The Litany of Loreto and the Work of Ezio Anichini (1886-1948)
In Person

Repeats weekly on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri
Time: 8:30 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.

This exhibit, which draws on the private collection and independent research of John A. Shaffer, will demonstrate how themes recur over Anichini's professional life, with particular reference to Anichini's illustrations of the Virgin Mary and allegorical female figures as symbols for national identity.

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Wednesday, May 25
Libraries
The Erma Bombeck Collection: A Sneak Preview

Repeats every 1 day(s), all day

The world came to know the wit and wisdom of 1949 University of Dayton graduate Erma Bombeck through legions of newspaper columns, books and television appearances. With her family’s recent donation of her personal collection, the world now has a glimpse into the mind, heart, soul and relationships of the beloved and celebrated humorist. This selection of letters, photographs, clippings and artifacts provides a preview of the Erma Bombeck Collection’s treasures now undergoing arrangement, description and preservation ahead of a major exhibit planned for the spring of 2024.

View Event
Libraries
A Vision of Art and Faith: The Litany of Loreto and the Work of Ezio Anichini (1886-1948)
In Person

Repeats weekly on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri
Time: 8:30 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.

This exhibit, which draws on the private collection and independent research of John A. Shaffer, will demonstrate how themes recur over Anichini's professional life, with particular reference to Anichini's illustrations of the Virgin Mary and allegorical female figures as symbols for national identity.

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Thursday, May 26
Libraries
The Erma Bombeck Collection: A Sneak Preview

Repeats every 1 day(s), all day

The world came to know the wit and wisdom of 1949 University of Dayton graduate Erma Bombeck through legions of newspaper columns, books and television appearances. With her family’s recent donation of her personal collection, the world now has a glimpse into the mind, heart, soul and relationships of the beloved and celebrated humorist. This selection of letters, photographs, clippings and artifacts provides a preview of the Erma Bombeck Collection’s treasures now undergoing arrangement, description and preservation ahead of a major exhibit planned for the spring of 2024.

View Event
Libraries
A Vision of Art and Faith: The Litany of Loreto and the Work of Ezio Anichini (1886-1948)
In Person

Repeats weekly on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri
Time: 8:30 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.

This exhibit, which draws on the private collection and independent research of John A. Shaffer, will demonstrate how themes recur over Anichini's professional life, with particular reference to Anichini's illustrations of the Virgin Mary and allegorical female figures as symbols for national identity.

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