Summer research in Louisiana

Last week, I travelled to Louisiana State University from Grinnell to study the Uncle Sam Plantation Papers from their special collections library. It was first time in Louisiana and I was not expecting the humid weather. But I did not have to suffer too much as I spent most of my time in the Hilltop Memorial Library, where it was always nice and cool. The Hill library is so spacious and beautiful. Furthermore, the librarians and staff at the Library were all extremely helpful and friendly; it was easy to see they enjoyed their jobs and liked to see visitors come view the special collections. I had the best environment to work in. Continue reading “Summer research in Louisiana”