Spotlight

  • Spotlight: Journalism Centennial

    This year the School of Journalism celebrates its 100th anniversary. To learn more about the history of the school stop by the archives to check out the exhibit.

  • Spotlight: Glacier National Park

    This advertisement card for Glacier National Park depicts animals from all over the world watching a boxing match between two humans, a comical reference to humans visiting Glacier to watch wildlife. For more historical items advertising the park, view the Montana Pamphlet Collection.

  • Spotlight: 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act

    On September 3, 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Wilderness Act into law immediately designating 9.1 million acres of public land as wilderness. To learn more about the Wilderness Act and the materials in Archives & Special Collections related to it check out our exhibit on the fourth floor of the library. Photograph of Senator Mike Mansfield receiving a pen from President Johnson after signing the Wilderness Act into law, Mss 65, 98-1906.

  • Spotlight: Yellowstone Park Stage Lines

    George W. Wakefield, pioneered first stage line for Yellowstone National Park, ca. 1890.

  • Spotlight: Sweet Meat Dish

    Three section sterling silver sweet meat dish with incised stylized motifs and stamped with gold seal of Pakistan. Mss 65, Mike Mansfield Papers

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