Exploring New Worlds: The Literature of Travel and Exploration
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This program, written by Kalamazoo College student Laurie Weaver '82, was created for an exhibit in the A.M. Todd Rare Book Room. The program discuss early travel literature and the value of having access to these original or early copies to look back on. It continues on to list the significant works of the genre held in our collection.
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