There will be no access to the manuscript collections and archives at Boise State University (Boise, Idaho) from May 1 through at least June 18, 2000, during the installation of compact mobile shelving in the Library's Special Collections Department.
Collections affected by this temporary closure include the papers of US Senators Frank Church and Len B. Jordan, Governor and US Secretary of the Interior Cecil D. Andrus, Congressman Larry LaRocco, filmmaker Nell Shipman, explorer-naturalist Robert Limbert, and conservationist Ted Trueblood; archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho; Idaho Writers Archive (literary manuscripts); and other manuscript collections, photos, and archives.
The construction schedule calls for resumption of service on June 18, but potential researchers are advised to confirm in advance.
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