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A new exhibition on Silverman 3 showcases the extensive history of the UB Bulls featuring film footage, program covers, artifacts and more!
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Spanning several decades, the Tom Borrelli UB Football Programs Collection reveals the extensive history of the Buffalo Bulls. Utilizing imagery from these programs, Buffalo vs. Everybody highlights the explosive growth of graphic design in the post-World War II era, from iconic covers of stoic athleticism to the zeitgeist in creative advertising.
Nurses and Nursing have been frequent subjects of postcards around the world, reflecting popular ideas about social and cultural life at the time. This 6 panel exhibit from the National Library of Medicine draws from a unique archive of postcards with images of nurses and the nursing produced between 1893 and 2011. The images are informed by ideas about women, men, and work, and by attitudes toward class, race, and national differences, revealing how nursing was viewed by society.
A small exhibition of the work of Scottish-American sisters, Helen and Pat Adam. The exhibition is located right outside the Silverman Grand Reading Room.