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Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942

Revisiting Visionary Utopia: Katherine Tingley’s Lomaland, 1898-1942 is a new exhibit on display in the new Reading Room (LL150) of the Department of Special Collections at the SDS

EndNote 8x for Students - Why You Want to Use It

EndNote 8X

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GVRL - Gale Virtual Reference Library

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24/7 Reference at Your Fingertips with GVRL.

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Recents for March 3, 2018

When We Were Ghouls by Amy E. Wallen

When We Were Ghouls. An Interview with author Amy E. Wallen

“The story around the grave became a puzzle for me….I knew I had to keep digging.” – Amy E. Wallen  

Will Eisner Week at the SDSU Library and Information Access

Poster for Will Eisner Week 2018

The library is pleased to once again recognize Will Eisner (1917-2005) and his remarkable contributions to the Comic Arts.

Top 10 Reasons to Use OneSearch

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Stream Music Online Listening

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Stream the Library’s Music Online Listening collection to your desktop or mobile device!

Music Online Listening

Research Help Available 24/7

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Using the break to work on your research? You can get research help even when the library is closed.

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Annie Jobs Photograph Album

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Now available in digital format: a cool photo album from 1886-1887.

Annie Jobs Album

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