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Blog post contributed by Taylor Wolford and Phillip MacDonald, Library Associates
In the June 1849 issue of The Southern Planter, p. 165, we found the recipe below for a "substitute for milk" using rice. In actuality, this was really a method of extending milk rather than completely replacing it.
Freelon’s archives are housed in the Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center
The NC State University Libraries Staff Association is excited to announce the Libraries Art Show. Inspired by the fantastic artistry and talent of the employees here at the Libraries, the Staff Association invites all artists, makers, musicians, actors, and creators to sign up to display their…
Come by and see our new look! The renovation is complete, and we will be open regular hours for the rest of the summer!
Here is an interesting recipe from the Southern Planter, June 1859, p. 338:
In May, the Libraries hosted the Code4Lib Southeast conference, a regional event of the national Code4Lib conference.
Jacob Shelby and Lynn Whittenberger organized a one-day conference with Anna Craft from UNC-Greensboro for North Carolina Metadata Connect (NCMC), a local organization that Shelby and Craft founded to bring together metadata professionals spanning North Carolina institutions.