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Earlier this year, UWDCC acquired a new contraption that has since made our jobs of digitally capturing and formatting materials immensely easier.

With the newest additions, UWDCC builds on the work that began in 2006 when Ibero-American Studies Bibliographer Paloma Celis Carbajal met with members of Eloísa Cartonera, the first cartonera publisher.

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Alias Jimmy Valentine, memory sequence

Alias Jimmy Valentine, memory sequence. Directed by Maurice Tourneur, 1915.

Theatre to Cinema

The centerpiece of this collection is a reprint of Theatre to Cinema: Stage Pictorialism and the Early Feature Film, by Ben Brewster and Lea Jacobs first published by Oxford University Press in 1997. While previous accounts of the relationship between cinema and theatre have tended to assume that early filmmakers had to break away from the stage in order to establish a specific aesthetic for the new medium, Theatre to Cinema argues that the cinema turned to the pictorial, spectacular tradition of the theatre in the 1910s to establish a model for feature filmmaking.

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  • Happy #MonkeyDay! This holiday celebrates monkeys and other non-human primates such as apes, tarsiers, and lemurs. Here, we have some of the cutest blank from our Primate collection including a Slender Loris, Horsfield
  • We may have missed a week, but we are joining in on the @TransportationLibrary and @nul_prescons #PartyintheLibrary challenge. Here, two UW students in waiter uniforms sneak a drink straight from the taps during a party in Swenson house of Kronshage hall, 1949. #LibrariesofInstagram #UW #Students #iglibraries #LibraryLove #DigitalCollections #UWDC (ID:UW.uwar06692.bib)
  • Korean Christmas card purchased by Marshall Ruegger during the Korean War.  Ruegger remembered that he purchased this card, but never sent it home. The card is part of the Korean War Veterans of Mount Horeb collection. #Christmas #ChristmasCard #KoreanWar (ID:WI.mhkw0208.bib)
  • On December 10th, 1901, the first ever Nobel Prizes were awarded for the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, and peace. Here, we have the the exterior case, front, and back of the Nobel Prize awarded to John H. Van Vleck in 1977 for his work in physics. The prize was given for investigations of the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems. He shared the award with Philip Warren Anderson and Sir Nevill Francis Mott. #NobelPrize #NobelPrizeWinner #Physics #DigitalCollections #LibrariesofInstagram #LibraryLove #physicsfun #nobelprizephysics (ID:UW.arch3d0030.bib)
  • Well, that