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Minnesota Shared Print Program, Stories from the Krueger Library's Share

by Vernon Leighton on 2024-02-01T00:00:00-06:00 in Library and Information Science | 0 Comments

For many years, library leaders in Minnesota have worked to create a distributed research collection in the state. In 2022, the state agency Minitex provided funding to support this effort, in what is called the Minnesota Shared Print Program. Twenty-four Minnesota libraries have joined together and are committed to retain over a half-million print books which are scarcely-held in Minnesota, which we are calling the Minnesota Shared Print Collection. Winona State’s share of this collection is about sixteen thousand titles. As we label the books, we have found interesting stories about our collection. Here are twenty stories from the Winona State share of the collection.

Story 1: Polymer Composites at WSU

Story 2: Boolean: AND, OR, ... NOT!

Story 3: Winona Normal School: the First Teacher’s College West of the Mississippi.

Story 4: Beer and Philosophy

Story 5: Retained Books versus Notable Books

Story 6: Who’s afraid of J. Edgar Hoover?

Story 7: Book Donations to the Library

Story 8: Preserving All Voices

Story 9: Lean Management

Story 10: The Economy of Bangladesh

Story 11: A Bible on the List

Story 12: WSU Authors

Story 13: By the Sweat of Children's Brows

Story 14: Nursing Books were Excluded from the List … Mostly

Story 15: In Search of Bobby Fischer

Story 16: Books about the Community of Winona and about Winona State Itself

Story 17: Concerns for a Sustainable Future

Story 18: To quote “Young Frankenstein”: “It could be worse; it could be raining.” 

Story 19: Back to the Future

Story 20: A score of musical scores

Story 21: Slave Narratives on Juneteenth
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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