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Rare Botanical Book Collection Finds Home in UNH’s Dimond Library

UNH’s Dimond Library is the new home of a rare botanical book collection that includes some volumes dating back as far as the 15th century, thanks to a partnership with New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill in Boylston, Massachusetts. Read More

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