Learn more about Evans Library’s special collections and the Harry P. Weber University Archives.
Browsing: Special Collections and University Archives
Coming soon to the Evans Library is Americans in Space: From Mercury to Columbia, an exhibition of NASA photographs documenting the history of American manned space flight from the inaugural Mercury launches through the lunar landing and finally to the maiden flight of the Space Shuttle Columbia.
Evans Library welcomes Erin Mahaney! Erin brings to us archive-related experience at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium, as well as in academic and public libraries, and serves as Director on the Executive Board of the Society of Florida Archivists. Erin is excited to be at Florida Tech and is looking forward to “collecting and promoting the documentary heritage” of the university.
It won’t surprise anyone who knows him that I just found Professor Emeritus Harry Weber in his namesake space, perusing handwritten notes about FIT’s 1980s affiliation with Hawthorne College…
Evans Library’s new exhibit, Vision Extraordinaire: The History of Florida Institute of Technology, showcases our new University Archives Exhibition Room on the library’s first floor and features interesting artifacts and a rich, interactive historical timeline.
It’s quite an exciting time at the Evans Library as the development of the new University Archives Exhibition Room is nearing completion. The Library has been working hard to find a way to document Florida Tech’s history and to preserve university records for generations to come. Join us April 29, 2014, any time from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., for the opening reception and public view of the first exhibit, “Vision Extraordinaire: The History of Florida Institute of Technology.”