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This is a guide for locating primary sources which may be of use to the students and faculty in the History of Text Technologies Program.
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Welcome to the Strozier Library guide for locating resources which may be of use to the students and faculty in the History of Text Technologies program.

Use the tabs across the top of the page to navigate between lists of resources and services available to assist researchers in this field.


Using This Guide

This guide contains information about locating unique and hard to find materials in the University Libraries that may be of use to HoTT students and faculty. Rather than identifying relevant article databases or providing tips on locating secondary sources, this guide's focus is on locating collections of primary resources in vellum, paper, microform and online.

Of course, searching our library catalog and using our databases are still great ways to locate materials. This guide is meant to supplement that kind of research and provide help with finding some items that are more difficult to locate.

Humanities Librarian

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Abby Scheel
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Office: 0027L
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Phone: (850) 645-2163
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Available for online chat May-June M 9-10am and Th 12-1pm
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Areas of Responsibility:
Classics, English, HoTT, Philosophy, Religion

Rare Books, Manuscripts and Special Collections Librarian

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William Modrow
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Special Collections Department
Office: 850-644-1967
Dept: 850-644-3271
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Guide Author

This guide edited by Jane Marie Pinzino (2011).


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