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Literacy was the theme of a recent MSU Libraries exhibit.

On display in Mitchell Memorial Library's Information Mall through May 2011 were materials donated to the Libraries by retired MSU Curriculum & Instruction faculty member Dr. Nancy Verhoek-Miller. Highlighting the life of James Baldwin (1841-1925) and his work for children's literacy, the exhibit focused on language arts and social studies via artifacts and contemporary impressions.

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