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  • Interior page showing notes and silk bookmark.
    September 2
    A copy of Cicero’s speeches, published in 1735, was returned to Watzek Library by 1968 alumnus.
  • Cover of College & Research Library News
    March 9
    This month’s cover of College & Research Libraries News features  the “Mouth of the Willamette River, Oregon” from The West Shore: An Illustrated Western Magazine. The image is part of the Lewis & Clark College Digital Collections and was provided courtesy of Watzek Library’s Special Collections and Archives Department.
  • January 26
    After 24 years of service, Doug Erickson will leave Watzek Library at the end of January to become the Director of West Linn Public Library. Read more about Doug’s accomplishments and his new role at the College in the Source.
  • November 26

    Caleb Dahl (LC ’17) caught up with Watzek’s Assistant Archivist, Zach Selley, about the library’s most remarkable resources. Selley routinely points both seasoned writers and Lewis & Clark first-years to the countless historical photographs, journals, and illustrations in Watzek’s special collections and archives.

  • October 2
    In this candid interview, The Portland Tribune talks to Doug Erickson, Watzek’s Associate Director for Special Collections, about Monica Lewinsky, the college’s acquisition of one of the greatest Lewis & Clark collections in the world, and more.
  • August 11
    Did you know our new Special Collections & Archives Librarian EJ Carter wrote his dissertation on German gambling casinos? The Source caught up with him to find out more about his expertise and cutting-edge developments in his field. Check out his interview in The Source.
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