Therapy dogs in the Library! Today and tomorrow are the last days to cuddle and snuggle and otherwise enjoy the fine company of certified therapy dogs. If you still have a final left or you’re all finished or you just love dogs, come visit Paws to de-Stress!
Have you ever wondered what an MSU residence hall looked liked 100 years ago? Well, wonder no longer! This image from the MSU Historical Photographs Collection shows a student room in Hamilton Hall in the year 1912. We at the Library applaud this student’s timeless sense of taste and, in particular, the presence of multiple photographs and many books.
Stuff on Rabbit on Library, inspired by the original Stuff on Rabbit. So much stuff can go on a library!
And here we have a vintage item from the MSU Library’s book bindery. Is it a medieval torture device or a book repair tool? Maybe both?? In either case, we at the Library wish our old friend Holden a safe low-pressure journey through his classic tale.
From the Indian Peoples of the Northern Great Plains collection at the Montana State University Library.
South Pass City, WY: Mainstreet in Winter
Blackfeet Amskapi Pikuni, Browning, Montana, 1931