Bibliography & Credits
This exhibit was prepared by Sara Huyser and Janet Pearson, members of the staff of Historical Collections and Services at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia. We would like to thank Joan Echtenkamp Klein, Mike Wilson, Bart Ragon, Hal Sharp, and Karen McKenzie for their assistance.
We would also like to thank The Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia Library; Independence National Historical Park, National Park Service, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana; and Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska.
Except where marked otherwise, all images and the text written by Historical Collections’ staff members are the property of Historical Collections and Services, The Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia. For permission to reproduce any of the text or images owned by Historical Collections or to make comments or suggestions, please contact a member of Historical Collections.
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