Guerrieri Academic Commons arial view from front entrance.

Fun with the Nabb Center

Story-10-Cuban-Leaf-2.jpgLooking for some geeky fun? Thanks primarily to the efforts of local history archivist Ian Post, the Nabb Center is providing some entertainment. You can check out the Nabb Center’s latest offerings:

  1. Digital jigsaw puzzles from some of the Nabb Center’s collections (the dean has already discovered that these are addictive)
  2. A downloadable coloring book with images drawn (if you’ll pardon the pun) from one of the Nabb Center’s collections, Cuban Leaves from 1865
  3. Cooking with the SU Libraries and the Nabb Center:
    1. Cookbook of Eliza Dixon (Pocomoke City, Maryland), circa 1870s
    2. Cooking from Our Collection … At Home! (created by librarian Susan Brazer)
  4. Check out the Nabb Center’s Facebook page on Thursdays for “Thursday with Thurston” mystery photos

 Walston Brand Cantaloupes poster