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Photos of the Architecture & Art Library’s open house

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On the evening of Tuesday, October 28th, the William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library held an open house and reception. The private mixer brought together, in convivial fashion, some forty UH art history graduate students and faculty members with representative staff from other local arts research facilities, including The Menil Library and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s Hirsch Library. The star of the evening was the Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Rooms; guests were treated to a brief tour and overview of the architecture and art branch’s own special collection. Students and faculty members alike expressed gratitude for the opportunity to meet other members of Houston’s arts community and to learn more about the research collections at UH’s Architecture and Art Library. Fostering strong and friendly relations with the area’s other researchers and research facilities is one more way UH Libraries helps enhance the academic experience and success of our core patrons.

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