Archive for February 28th, 2011

E.H. Crane; 2 hours on the chalkboard

Next week, outside the Archives and Special Collections, we will be exhibiting material from the C.B. Kennedy Papers in the display case on 3rd floor. This collection contains correspondence and souvenirs from Cornelius B. Kennedy, a businessman and circuit judge who moved to Canton, South Dakota in 1849.

Also in the collection are manuscripts, drawings, and poetry by E.H. Crane. Crane authored many documentations for archaeological and anthropological projects involving mound building natives, and was skilled in the embalming and taxidermy of animals.

This exhibit will be open from March 8-31st.

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