Found in the Popular Reading Collection by librarian Alexander Justice: on p. 250, an appearance by Fr. Malone and “Loyola College.” But why? Find the book here.

Found in the Popular Reading Collection by librarian Alexander Justice: on p. 250, an appearance by Fr. Malone and “Loyola College.” But why? Find the book here.

Found today by Media Archivist Taz Morgan:
Video cassettes from the KCET-TV Collection of “Life and Times.”
Show #4040 “Maya Angelou” (1993-11-02) & Show # 7P06 “Maya Angelou/George Evans” (1997-03-13)

Found today by Media Archivist Taz Morgan:

Video cassettes from the KCET-TV Collection of “Life and Times.”

Show #4040 “Maya Angelou” (1993-11-02) & Show # 7P06 “Maya Angelou/George Evans” (1997-03-13)

Book of Common Prayer found by Alex Perroots 17, student assistant in Archives & Special Collections.
"This book is the Book of Common Prayer for the Protestant Episcopal Church from 1856, it contains the Sacraments and other rights and ceremonies of the church. The book is covered in a beautiful reddish maroon velvet and is adorned with intricate detailing on the front and a latch on the side."

Book of Common Prayer found by Alex Perroots 17, student assistant in Archives & Special Collections.

"This book is the Book of Common Prayer for the Protestant Episcopal Church from 1856, it contains the Sacraments and other rights and ceremonies of the church. The book is covered in a beautiful reddish maroon velvet and is adorned with intricate detailing on the front and a latch on the side."

Tiny book found by Archives & Special Collections student assistant Alex Perroots ‘17. 



 



Alex writes, “This small book, measuring just over 3 inches in length contains the poem Crossing the Bar by Lord Alfred Tennyson. Crossing the Bar is a poem Tennyson wrote regarding death, comparing it to sailing on a ship, a great journey, one that he does not wish to be associated with sorrow or mourning.” 

Tiny book found by Archives & Special Collections student assistant Alex Perroots ‘17. 

Alex writes, “This small book, measuring just over 3 inches in length contains the poem Crossing the Bar by Lord Alfred Tennyson. Crossing the Bar is a poem Tennyson wrote regarding death, comparing it to sailing on a ship, a great journey, one that he does not wish to be associated with sorrow or mourning.” 

#found on the library staircase. #studyhard (at William H. Hannon Library)

#found on the library staircase. #studyhard (at William H. Hannon Library)

Found lying around behind the scenes in the library, by Outreach & Communications Librarian Jamie Hazlitt. If you have a record player at your disposal, this could be your lucky day. #LP #vintage #thinker #lmu #library #getrichkids

Found lying around behind the scenes in the library, by Outreach & Communications Librarian Jamie Hazlitt. If you have a record player at your disposal, this could be your lucky day. #LP #vintage #thinker #lmu #library #getrichkids

Found by student worker Julia Guanzon ‘17, while sorting postcards for her job in Archives & Special Collections. 
Julia was struck by the remarkable architecture in this vintage postcard of the Mission Inn in Riverside, CA, and thought it worthy of a submission to Found. We agree! 

Found by student worker Julia Guanzon ‘17, while sorting postcards for her job in Archives & Special Collections.

Julia was struck by the remarkable architecture in this vintage postcard of the Mission Inn in Riverside, CA, and thought it worthy of a submission to Found. We agree! 

Dick and Jane and Vampires. Found by Library Programming Assistant Carol Raby, while searching for materials to read to Children’s Center kids for story time. While this did not make the cut for 4-year-olds, it was not for lack of awesomeness.

Found at the Information Desk. To the LMU student who left this for us, you just made our day. <3  #thankyou #merci #gracias #goodluck!!!!

Found at the Information Desk. To the LMU student who left this for us, you just made our day. <3  #thankyou #merci #gracias #goodluck!!!!

"Surely the library ordered these giant timpani drums," said no one ever. Sorry, Music Department! (at LMU - William H. Hannon Library)

"Surely the library ordered these giant timpani drums," said no one ever. Sorry, Music Department! (at LMU - William H. Hannon Library)