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London Free Press

From Shoebox Index Cards to Scanned Images

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64 years ago on May 16, 1951, a card index of 35 drawers containing the names of 35,000 historical dates, events, people and places of Southwestern Ontario was presented to the London Public Library Board

Why Digitize?

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There’s a certain pleasure in doing research in person with paper and pencil. You feel like you are on the trail of something - going from one source to another, following the clues.

Media and Gender: Two Perspectives

On Tuesday, November 16th we welcome Kate Dubinski of the London Free Press and Prof. Kane Faucher from the Media Information and Technoculture program at University of Western Ontario as they delve into the philosophical, practical and political. Join us as our panelists provide their unique perspectives on media gender.  There will be time for questions and answers at the end.


Central Library

Stevenson & Hunt Room

7:00 -  8:30 pm

Free!