As the Schlesinger Library's building undergoes an intensive renovation, increasing the diversity of its collections also remains a top priority.
Scholars continue to flock to the Schlesinger to conduct research. Here we highlight three recently published books whose authors relied in part on the Library’s holdings.
Although the physical manifestation of 75 Stories, 75 Years: Documenting the Lives of American Women at the Schlesinger Library—which ran from February 5 through November 1, 2018—was dismantled and packed up along with the rest of the Library’s contents, it remains on view online.
When Marilyn Beaudry-Corbett HRP ’54 sets her mind to something, she usually accomplishes it. After graduating from the University of Southern California in 1953, she sought a career in business and received a scholarship to Radcliffe’s Management Training Program.
The physical site of the Schlesinger may be shuttered for structural renovations until September 2019, but eager users need not worry: its holdings will still be available during the building’s closing.