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Veterinary Student Artwork on Display - Fall 2017 and Spring 2018

VetMed News - Wed, 2017-07-26 10:51
The Library entrance features veterinary student artwork from the Spring 2017 Veterinary Illustration course taught by Dr. Michael K. Stoskopf.

VML Hours for July 31st - August 8th

VetMed News - Mon, 2017-07-24 10:41
Intersession Hours for the Veterinary Medicine Library

The Design Library news blog is moving!

Design Library News - Fri, 2017-05-19 15:50

The Design Library news blog is moving to a new platform. You can find news, new books, and other information now at this site:


You can also subscribe to the new site via RSS. If you have questions, please contact Karen DeWitt at the Design Library.

2017 Exams at Hill and Hunt

VetMed News - Mon, 2017-05-01 13:12
Quick—make sure you have your ID on you!

Guides to Two New Veterinary Medicine Collections Published

VetMed News - Wed, 2017-04-12 13:21
The Gregory A. Lewbart Papers and the William Medway Papers now have new online finding aids to help you navigate the professional and research files of these two prominent veterinarians.

New Materials for April 11th

VetMed News - Tue, 2017-04-11 13:19
New to the Libraries.

Extended Hours for Finals at the Veterinary Medicine Library

VetMed News - Thu, 2017-04-06 13:22
As the College of Veterinary Medicine enters the Final Examinations period of the Spring 2017 semester, the Veterinary Medicine Library will be open the following extended hours.

Is that a raccoon or a mongoose?

VetMed News - Wed, 2017-04-05 10:30
ID animals in the Libraries’ online eMammal Lite game

ARTstor Digital Library Webinar – Discover Fashion and Costume Collections

Design Library News - Wed, 2017-04-05 10:29

On April 18th, ARTstor is going to have a webinar about resources in fashion and costume. They have a wealth of images related to this topic. For example, ARTstor hosts images of the collection that was moved from the Brooklyn Museum to the Met, along with a wide variety from other institutions.

Before signing up for the webinar, patrons will have to register as a user of the ARTstor Digital Library on campus. After that, access to the webinar and the library will be available from anywhere. Here’s the link to register for the webinar: http://www.artstor.org/webinars?view=ADL

Evening Coat, Norman Norell

Cap (Flügelhaben), Austria

New Materials for April 4th

VetMed News - Tue, 2017-04-04 14:27
New to the Libraries.

Reginald D. Tillson Landscape Architecture Papers

Design Library News - Tue, 2017-04-04 10:37

Blog post written by Lindsey Naylor

An audience at the High Point Museum this week will learn about the Reginald D. Tillson Landscape Architecture Papers, one of the newest additions to the Landscape Architecture Archive in NCSU Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center. Tillson practiced landscape architecture out of his High Point office from the 1920s to 1970s, completing projects that ranged in scale from home gardens to public parks to private subdivisions. His designs’ cumulative impact on the built environment of High Point — and other communities of the Piedmont Triad and beyond — was considerable.

Gwynn Thayer, Associate Head and Curator for Special Collections, and Lindsey Naylor, a Master of Landscape Architecture student and Research Assistant for the Landscape Architecture Archive, will share images and insights from first impressions of the Tillson collection, which is still being processed and which will be available soon to researchers. The full collection includes more than 250 tubes and flat folders that hold drawings spanning Tillson’s full career.

Tillson founded his firm in High Point in the 1920s, when the textile and manufacturing industries were fueling local wealth and population growth. His earliest designs were for the home landscapes of the High Point elite who were moving into the newly created Emerywood neighborhood, built just north of downtown and part of the Uptown Suburbs Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The gardens Tillson designed for Emerywood varied in complexity and drew from the popular Colonial Revival, Picturesque, and Arts and Crafts styles of landscape architecture.

In the 1930s, Tillson designed parks and nature preserve amenities throughout the Southeast for the Civilian Conservation Corps. His work with the CCC included the design of the High Point City Lake Park, where many of the features designed by Tillson remain intact today.

As High Point’s population grew and as trends in planning and development evolved, Tillson’s work grew in scale and complexity. He designed dozens of subdivisions and the grounds and siting for schools, churches and hospitals. And he continued his work on residential designs, which his son, David Tillson, said he preferred because of their intimate scale and horticultural focus. The breadth of the Tillson collection allows a unique view into planning and landscape architecture practice in the Southeast during decades of immense technological and social change.

Tillson's 1927 design for a home garden in Emerywood.

Another 1920s design for a home in Emerywood.

Tillson designed the estate grounds of textile executive J. E. Millis in stages, in 1927 and 1929.

Tillson created the design, details and construction drawings for the federally funded City Lake Park.

Tillson completed grading, utilities and planting plans for this 1960s High Point public housing project.

Tillson's planting plan for the 1968 design of Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church in High Point.

3D-printing demo at Veterinary Medicine Library during 4/1 CVM Open House

VetMed News - Thu, 2017-03-30 11:35
Learn about how VetMed students use 3D-printed bones