[Michlib-l] Do any other libraries have an interest in these 2 items?
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Fri Nov 19 09:27:48 EST 2021
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From: Bentley Historical Library <bentley.ref at umich.edu>
Sent: Monday, October 11, 2021 2:54 PM
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Subject: Re: You have a Reference Question!
Thank you for thinking to offer these items to us! I am going to pass your email on to our field archivist, who acquires new material for the library - she will follow up with you directly.
The Bentley Historical Library acknowledges that coerced cessions of land by the Anishinaabeg and Wyandot, including the grant by the Anishinaabeg under the Treaty of the Foot of the Rapids for "the college at Detroit" so that their children could be educated, made the University of Michigan possible, and we seek to reaffirm the ancestral and contemporary ties of these peoples to the lands where the University now stands.
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On Sun, Oct 10, 2021 at 1:55 PM Kirk Nims <kirknims at outlook.com<mailto:kirknims at outlook.com>> wrote:
Have you checked MIRLYN to determine if the Archives has the information you seek? Yes
If you answered "Yes", was your search successful? No
What other sources did you use to conduct your search, if applicable (check all that apply): Online finding aids, Bentley website
Name Kirk Nims
City Royal Oak
Zip Code 48067
Email Address kirknims at outlook.com<mailto:kirknims at outlook.com>
Reference Question I have inherited a copy of oclc # 490965366. Cover and title page bear 1901-1902. It is the Detroit Bi-Centennial edition.
I also inherited an ANCIENT map of Great Lakes regional railroad lines. It is so fragile that I am loath to open it to even examine it.
Want them? They very likely should be evaluated for preservation and cataloging. I am a retired Librarian.
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