UNH Speakers Bureau

Preservation of Books and Historical Materials

 

Program Description:


Speaker:

William Ross

William Ross, Ph.D., American U., is a librarian and at the University of New Hampshire where he is department head for the Milne Special Collections and Archives. He is responsible for the overall management and program development for the library's special collections, which consists of rare books, manuscripts, and the New Hampshire collection; as well as the University Archives, which actively collects university records in a variety of formats; and the University Museum, which maintains and interprets three dimensional objects related to the University’s history. His research and teaching interests include: New Hampshire during the U.S. Civil War; the history, culture, and rebuilding of New Orleans; the history and literature of angling; and the preservation of historical documents and rare books. He has published three books and a number of articles on these topics.

Other topics offered by William Ross

Copyright © 2014, The University of New Hampshire  •  Durham, NH 03824  •  UNH Main directory (603) 862-1234.
University Events and Programs is part of University Advancement.
ADA Acknowledgement | Contact Admissions | Contact the Graduate School | Contact the webmaster | UNHtoday | Facebook | Privacy Policy