Monday, October 26
Bring your own pumpkin and sculpt your masterpiece in the company of GW's coolest faculty and librarians. Carving implements will be provided along with cookies, cider, and nerdy-cool conversation.
Judging begins at 4pm and prizes will be awarded for the best and most creative carving.
Costumes aren't required, but are definitely encouraged! Extra cookies and instant respect if you arrive dressed as any literary or classical character.
Special Collections & Archives Fall exhibition, A Life in Focus, takes a look at The Oliver F. Atkins Photograph Collection. A Life in Focus: A Look at the Oliver F. Atkins Photograph Collection exhibition runs through December 2015 in Fenwick Library, Wing A, 2nd Floor.Oliver F. Atkins was a professional photographer from the 1930s until the late 1970s. During his prolific career, Atkins worked for several news organizations, the American Red Cross, The Saturday Evening Post, and the White House. He also covered the Second World War and Korea as well as the American political and cultural landscape during the 1950s and 1960s. Some of his subjects included several American presidents and other world leaders.
In 1969, Atkins became the personal photographer of President Richard M. Nixon and Chief White House Photographer. Of his many images of President Nixon, the series documenting Nixon’s White House meeting with Elvis Presley on December 18, 1970, is the most famous and the most frequently requested item from this collection. Held in the University Libraries’ Special Collections & Archives Department, Fenwick Library, The Oliver F Atkins Photography Collection covers the years 1943-1975, and contains more than 60,000 images. The digitized collection is available bit.ly/AtkinsExhibitionSCA
For more information, please contact sca.gmu.edu