The Great War: 100 Years Later Guided Tour
Date: 4:45pm PST November 11, 2015 Location: Watzek Library Atrium
Watzek Library Atrium
Please join us for a guided tour of the Watzek Special Collections exhibition “The Great War: 100 Years Later” by Professor David Campion and student researchers, Emma Hoch-Schneider ’16 & Sten Eccles-Irwin ’16.
With the help of a Mellon grant for faculty/student collaboratedive research, Emma and Sten worked with Prof. Campion over the summer to curate the exhibition, which focuses on the impact of the First World War on Lewis & Clark (Albany College at the time) and the personal wartime experiences of Morgan S. Odell, a volunteer ambulance driver on the Italian Front and later the first President of Lewis & Clark (1942-1960).
The tour will take place on Veteran’s Day (formerly Armistice Day)—Wednesday, November 11, at 4:45 pm.
Please meet in the Watzek Atrium at 4:40. Light snacks will be provided in the Library Classroom at the end of the tour.
Hope to see you there!