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by Stephanie Hess
The Minnesota Digital Library is pleased to announce the release of a new Exhibits feature on our website. These exhibits explore wide-ranging topics in Minnesota history. Kicking off this new feature is "Farm to Table: Food History in Minnesota."
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by Molly Huber
The Minnesota Digital Library is holding an Open Office Hour on Tuesday, September 28th at 11:00 am to answer questions on the application process and how to add new content to the collection.
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by Molly Huber
The Library of Congress and the American Folklife Center have opened up a new funding opportunity, Community Collections Grants. The grants are available to individuals or non-profit organizations who want to collect materials that reflect the culture and perspective of their communities. The deadline to apply for the first year of the program is September 7, 2021.
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by Sara Ring
In honor of our 50th Anniversary, I am highlighting a few recordings from the Minitex oral history collection in the Minnesota Digital Library. This is the second article in an occasional series and features excerpts from some of our more recent interviewees: Keith Ewing (formerly of St. Cloud State University) and John Butler (formerly of University of Minnesota Libraries). Both were heavily involved in the development of the Minnesota Digital Library.
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