University of Michigan Press Releases and Media Coverage
Michigan News, October 15, 2019
The University Record, September 19, 2019
Regents of the University of Michigan, July 18, 2019
All About Ann Arbor, March 29, 2019
The University Record, November 9, 2018
WWI artifacts, soldiers’ letters on view in observance of 100th anniversary of Armistice Day
Michigan News, October 29, 2018
News from the Clements Library Chronicles Blog
For nearly 100 years, the University of Michigan William L. Clements Library has housed one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of early American History in the world. Its rise to international prominence is largely due to the guidance and vision put forth by the library's founding director, Randolph G. Adams, who transformed the personal archive of William Clements into a leading research library specializing in the collection and preservation of primary source materials from the...
The Clements Library is pleased to announce that the following manuscript collections are now described online and may be requested for use in the reading room. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Prudential Committee minutes, 1848-1892 - Processed by Cari Griffin This collection contains handwritten minutes, many with revisions and excisions, for 49 meetings of the Prudential Committee of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions between 1848 and 1892. Written...
Reading a Manuscript, Which Reposes a Thousand Miles Away: Digitized Manuscripts Collections from the William L. Clements Library
The William L. Clements Library is pleased to announce that five of its manuscripts collections are digitized and accessible online. These collections mark the beginning of the Library's efforts to provide free and open digital access to its collections of handwritten early Americana. The digital versions are complete and presented in a manner that reflects their physical/intellectual arrangement. Screenshot of a July 4, 1782, muster roll from the Clements Library's German...
The Clements Library is pleased to announce that the following collections are now described online and may be requested for use in the reading room. James Buchanan Letters, 1866-1869 - Processed by Cari Griffin This collection contains 10 letters written by James Buchanan, an attorney in Tidioute, Pennsylvania. Composed over a three-year period and all addressed to Philadelphia attorney John Samuel, Buchanan commented on politics and literature, as well as concerns related to his profession....