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A post about displays in the Library.

On Display in the Library: Banned and Censored Films

Did you know the classic movie King Kong was edited years after its release to comply with strict decency laws? Movies have been frequently challenged throughout history for reasons ranging from "indecency" to political views. Take a look at the display on the 3rd floor (North) for examples of films that have been banned or censored.

On Display in the Library: Employing Graphics to Enhance the Storytelling Experience

Our display this month from the Library’s Special Collections showcases volumes which all employ visual imagery to enhance the the storytelling experience. In some cases, an illustration fleshes out a story, while in others the story simply can’t be told without the visuals.

Library Displays

2nd floor South From the classic humor of Peanuts, to the crime-fighting adventures of Batman, to hard lessons learned from coming-of-age during wartime, there are comics and graphic novels to suit all tastes! Take a peek at some highlights from our collection. 3rd floor North A (near Administrative Offices)
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