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Thomas – Hither and Yon

by Thomas Dowling

I’ve done so much travel recently, I must be just about as developed as Charles Atlas, but only professionally developed, which looks a little different on the outside. I’ll summarize, as each of these meetings had one or two “price of admission” moments. I’ve also had oddly charmed weather karma, as noted below. LITA Forum,... more ›

Thomas Takes Left Turn at Albuquerque, Ends Up in DC

by Thomas Dowling

TPD at LITA Forum and CNI Last month (where does the time go?), I was in Albuquerque for the LITA National Forum. I can’t say strongly enough what a good, small conference this is for topics on applying technology to library projects (the 2015 Forum will be in Minneapolis, which will simplify travel – I... more ›

LITA Nationa Forum 2012, Concurrent Sessions

by Hu Womack

Members of the LITA Forum Planning Committee also serve as moderators for the concurrent sessions. I chose to moderate the sessions that had not been claimed by other members of the planning committee, rather than choosing based on topic. This has served me well as I’ve found myself in some great sessions I probably would... more ›

Susan at LITA National Forum

by Susan Smith

Columbus Skyline As most of you are probably aware, I am the chair of this year’s LITA National Forum Planning Committee. What that has meant for me is that I’ve been working with the planning committee (and I might add, it has been a strong, effective group of people!) for over a year to put... more ›

Thomas at LITA Forum

by Thomas Dowling

The 2012 LITA National Forum started yesterday with an engaging keynote by Eric Hellman, formerly of OCLC, Openly Informatics, and more citation linking projects than I can count. Eric’s new venture is Unglue.It (http://unglue.it), which presents an interesting new approach to funding e-book publication. The talk went through a number of factors related to the... more ›

LITA National Forum 2012: A Different Perspective

by Hu Womack

This is my third LITA National Forum. This past year I’ve served on the planning committee for the forum that is ably chaired by Susan Smith! Serving on the planning committee has provided me with a very different perspective. This year I’m focused on serving the attendees, posting information on the LITA blog, serving as... more ›

LITA National Forum 2011: Susan’s Final Report

by Susan Smith

The Arch LITA National Forum is a three day event that is packed with choices of interesting concurrent sessions plus 3 separate keynote addresses. There is always the problem of picking the best session to attend, but the nice thing about Forum is that it is a more intimate conference (around 300 attendees) and all... more ›

The 2011 LITA National Forum Wrapup – Giz Womack

by Hu Womack

Sunday at LITA began with a 7am meeting of the 2011 and 2012 LITA Planning Committees to discuss this year’s event and make suggestions for next year’s event. I enjoyed the opportunity to learn more about the conference planning process and I now realize how much work lies ahead for our 2012 LITA Forum Planning... more ›

LITA National Forum 2011: St. Louis, Giz’s Experience Thus Far

by Hu Womack

LITA National Forum 2011: St. Louis, Giz’s Experience Thus Far On Friday, September 30th, Susan and I left out for the Greensboro airport at 4:30am. After a short layover in Atlanta, where we were able to catch up on email and grab breakfast, we were off to the 2011 LITA National Forum. Last year was... more ›

LITA National Forum 2011: St. Louis

by Susan Smith

LITA National Forum is held annually in the fall. This year it is being held in St. Louis, MO. The theme is Rivers of Data, Currents of Change. Giz and I flew in yesterday morning for the 3 day conference. I became involved in it several years ago when I joined the Forum planning committee.... more ›

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So, I have a question for Special Collections & Archives…

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

With the start of a new school year, we frequently hear: “So, I have a question for Special Collections & Archives, how do I get help?” The first, best place to start is [email protected], your go-to for anything e-mail and for referring reference questions, faculty requesting instruction for classes, or donations. Messages sent to this... more ›

Tanya @SAA

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

After several years on SAA’s Council and also serving as an elected officer, I finally had the opportunity to attend more SAA sessions and events at the annual meeting in Austin, Texas than in previous years. I attended the SAA Research Forum where I heard presentations on the Virtual Footlocker Project (LSU) preserving memories of... more ›

Archives Assistant Julia Ough and the Professor David L. Smiley Papers

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

A year or so ago, a very generous donor provided funding to SCA for the digitizing of the David L. Smiley Papers as he was one of her favorite professors. Recent Wake Forest graduate, Julia Ough, worked on this project over the summer. She scanned 13,055 document pages, and wrote 426 metadata records for each... more ›

Tanya attends ALABI in Nashville

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

I recently attended the Association of Librarians and Archivists at Baptist Institutions annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Hosted by the Southern Baptist Historical Library & Archives (at the Southern Baptist Convention offices) the presentations focused on the issue of electronic records. There were representatives from Baylor University, the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, the Southwestern... more ›

Tanya at Best Practices Exchange (Columbus, Ohio)

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

For the first time ever, I attended the Best Practices Exchange, held at the Columbus Metropolitan Library in downtown Columbus. The BPE is considered an ‘un’conference—usually an informal gathering of practitioners who primarily work on “managing, preserving, and providing access to digital information.” My favorite part is that the sessions are very real-world oriented, with... more ›

Tanya at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

Several weeks ago, I had the honor of being invited to speak as a Visiting Scholar for the University of Nebraska Libraries in Lincoln, Nebraska. In addition to speaking about academic freedom and the connection with archives, I also participated in a roundtable discussion relating to university yearbooks. We discussed how access to offensive images... more ›


by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

The Society of North Carolina Archivists held its annual meeting two weeks ago at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington campus. A ZSR contingent attended the meeting, where the overall theme was Interdisciplinary Archives and Interprofessional Collaboration. Their stories are below and a longer blog post from Ashelee is forthcoming! Heather @SNCA One of the best... more ›

An Introduction to Special Collections & Archives

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

With the start of a new school year, we frequently hear: “So, I have a question for Special Collections & Archives, who should I contact first?” The first, best place to start is [email protected], your go-to for anything e-mail and for referring reference questions, faculty requesting instruction for classes, or donations. Messages sent to this... more ›

Tanya at SAA

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

While it is hard to condense both a year and a week into a blog post, I will certainly try my best. Serving as President of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) over the past year has certainly been a tremendous experience, both personally and professionally. I had to deal with a multitude of issues... more ›

Society of Ohio Archivists, Columbus-Ohio

by Tanya Zanish-Belcher

I was invited to give the keynote presentation at the 50th anniversary of the Society of Ohio Archivists annual meeting which was held last week in Columbus. As a native of Ohio and graduate of Wright State University’s Public History Program, I was pleased to return as President of the Society of American Archivists. My... more ›

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University Archives Photograph Collection


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McNabb Studio
circa 1980
2019-09-26 (issued)
Black and white photograph shows a man student and a woman student, wearing Grecian costumes and standing in a window, holding hands. The back of the photograph reads "Nathan Sikes, Julie Hartzog," "'A Funny thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,' 1980 (?)," and "McNabb Studio, Wake Forest University."
10 x 8 inches
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Libraray
Wake Forest University
University Archives Photograph Collection (RG10.1)
Academic Departments. Theatre and Dance Department (RG16.29)
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Please note that the above copyright statement applies to the entire collection, and individual photographs may be subject to an independent copyright status. Please contact ZSR Special Collections & Archives ([email protected]) to confirm the status of individual photographs in this collection.
Wake Forest University--Students
Women college students--North Carolina--Winston-Salem
College musicals--North Carolina--Winston-Salem
Sondheim, Stephen. Funny thing happened on the way to the forum
Theatre productions: "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"
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