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Only visitors with an LMU OneCard are able to access the campus during this time. "Visitor Card" holders should contact to request library access.
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“Picked Like a Rose: Silent Film Actresses" is a new exhibition inspired by the song “Clara Bow” on Taylor Swift’s latest album. Find it in the library on level 3!
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The Interwar Culture database showcases popular and lesser-known periodicals published across Britain, the United States, France, and Australia (1919-40).
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This summer, visit the library to explore our 10th annual student-curated “From Their Perspective” exhibit.
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Sage has put together a list of introductory resources from across their various platforms on the subject of artificial intelligence.
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LMU students, faculty, and staff now have expanded access to The New York Times, courtesy of the library. Activate your free access today!
Get the latest news from LMU Library, learn about new services, collections, and upcoming events!
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This classic drama relates the true story of Mary Silliman, whose husband, a Connecticut State’s Attorney, was kidnapped in 1779 by Tories. Watch it streaming with Films on Demand.
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Interested in finding music that would have been heard around the time of the Revolutionary War? This database includes songs by and about Native Americans, miners, enslaved peoples, immigrants, children, and more.
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Holiday-themed postcards are some of the most popular items in our Werner von Boltenstern collection. Not just July 4, but also Valentine’s Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, New Year's, and more!
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“What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” is a famous 1852 speech by orator and abolitionist Frederick Douglass. Read this and more in "The Speeches of Frederick Douglass: A Critical Edition" e-book.

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