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A 4,000 year-old Sumerian tablet is just one highlight from the archives of the USF Tampa Library Special Collections.
Library Show & Tell
Did you ever wonder what’s behind the doors of the Special Collections of the USF Tampa Library? Some lucky folks got to find out, as just a small portion of the hundreds of thousands of objects in the archives were on display at an event called “A Few of Our Favorite Things.” See more on University Beat on WUSF TV.

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Visitors look over some of the items at the USF Library Special Collections "Few of our Favorite Things" exhibit
Library Show & Tell

The staff of the USF Library’s Special Collections Department recently showed off some of their favorite things from the archives.
Viewers had a chance to see valuable objects that normally sit under lock and key, including centuries-old spiritual texts, an original Picasso statue, a Sumerian clay tablet, and Victorian-era novels. Follow along on this week's University Beat on WUSF 89.7 as we take a tour.

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Matt Knight, Coordinator of the USF Tampa Library Special Collections, shows WUSF's Mark Schreiner some of the highlights from the collections.

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