New Additions to ISTS Library and Archives

The Institute for Small Town Studies Library and Archives is pleased to announce
three recent 'in-kind' donations to its growing collections of small town studies.

Roger K. Lewis, columnist for The Washington Post, has donated seventy
cartoons from his column "Shaping the City," drawn between 1982 and 2006.
This valuable visual collection highlights the forces shaping small towns and
communities in the DC area and around the country over the last 25 years.

Peter Hetzel, an architect in Washington DC, has donated his archive of Trains
magazine and its precursor, Trains and Travel, dating from 1950 through 2000.
These popular industry magazines published by Kalmbach Publishing in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, offer an informative resource for our railroad related restoration projects.

In February, Auburn University's Center for Architecture and Urban Studies
in Birmingham, Alabama donated a colorful collection of posters of their
small town comprehensive planning efforts across the state of Alabama
conducted by faculty and students at Auburn between 1991 and 2006.

If you have materials you would like to donate
to the ISTS Library and Archives please contact
our Director, Robert Dorgan at:

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