Shimizu shares her thoughts on the purpose of Myers' collecting through a story about a book's inscription he shared. She recalls dinners at the president's home, his philosophy about libraries, what she felt his vision for IWU was, and the effect his personal characteristics, combined with U.S. economy, had on the University.
collecting purpose, book inscriptions, vision for IWU, cooking, end-of-life, libraries, library philosophy, effect of economic time period, personal characteristics, Portrait of a Collector, Faculty, Staff
United States History
Shimizu, Stacey and Miner, Meg, "Stacey Shimizu" (2016). All oral histories. 127.
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