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Peek in the Stacks

Pictographs located in the Burro Flats area, which date to 500 AD.

Less than seven miles northwest of the CSUN campus lie the Santa Susana Mountains, a craggy transverse range which runs east to west, separating the San Fernando and Simi Valleys, the Santa Clara River Valley to the north, and the Santa Clarita Valley to the northeast. Rich in natural, historical and cultural significance...

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Cover, The Guitar and Mandolin: Biographies of Celebrated Players and Composers, by Philip J. Bone

When you think of the guitar many images and words associated with the instrument might come into mind, such as romance, passion, captivation, and love. Now, who do you picture playing this captivating, romantic and passionate instrument? Most likely, you would think of men because through time famous guitarists have been mostly men. This is especially true in the field of classical guitar...

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Old stacks area.

This summer is an exciting time in Special Collections and Archives. Last year, we began a two phase renovation project and much to our delight, Phase I has been completed! Special Collections and Archives now has a new, environmentally controlled and secure closed stacks area for our rare books, artifacts, and archival collections, as well as a new Reading Room that...

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Cover, Angel City Chapter of Links Handbook, 1967-1968

Special Collections and Archives holds the papers of Links, Incorporated, Angel City Chapter, one of more than two-hundred eighty chapters across the United States. In 1946, Philadelphia residents, Margaret Hawkins and Sarah Scott, founded Links, Inc. envisioning a community service organization that would meet the needs and aspirations of inter-city African-American women. The ...

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