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Code ‘Read’: Inside the Triage Center for UMD’s Battered Books

The Old, Bruised and Overused Can Find New Life in McKeldin Basement Lab

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Covers of old newspapers: The Maryland Gazette, The Evening Capital and the Federal Gazette and Baltimore Daily Advertiser

Subscribing to History

UMD Libraries Digitize Maryland Newspapers Spanning 18th to 20th Centuries

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Folklore (University of Maryland’s Version)

University Libraries’ Collection Offers Spooky, Old Bay-Infused Stories

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The Labor Behind Desegregating the Labor Movement

Special Collections and University Archives Digitizes Largest Collection of AFL-CIO Documents on Civil Rights

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Library entrance with sign that reads, "Temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Be safe"

iSchool Expert Helps Develop Library Survival Manual for Crises

Nationwide Effort Helps Administrators, Staff Innovate to Serve Communities

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