The latest issue of The Quarto is now available. The Quarto is a semi-annual newsletter published by the William L. Clements Library and sent to members of the Clements Library Associates. If you would like more information about membership, please contact Ann Rock at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-358-9770. To become an Associate, download the membership application and mail it to: Library Associates, William L. Clements Library, 909 S. University Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190.
Contents of the Fall-Winter 2009 issue of The Quarto:
- "Native Americans," by J. Kevin Graffagnino, Director. An introduction to the focus of this issue, Native American history materials at the Clements Library.
- "Tales of Indian Captivity," by Emiko Hastings, Curator of Books. The Library's extensive collection of published Indian captivity narratives.
- "To Bring the Tribes Together There," by Brian Leigh Dunnigan, Curator of Maps and Head of Research & Publications. Indian nations in the region of eighteenth-century Detroit.
- "Expressions of Assimilation?" by Barbara DeWolfe, Curator of Manuscripts. Kiowa student drawings and letters in the Hilon A. Parker papers.
- "The Art of James Otto Lewis," by Clayton Lewis, Curator of Graphic Materials. Portraits of Native American leaders.
- "Native American Food and Food Ways," by JJ Jacobson, Curator for American Culinary History.
- "Developments," by Ann Rock, Director of Development. Summary of 2009 outreach activities.