It’s an honor to add the Cornell University Library system to the growing list of Ivy League Universities that have acquired the Vanishing Cuba book.
Cornell University Library is at the center of Cornell’s vibrant intellectual life. Students and faculty agree: The Library is important to their academic success.
The Cornell University Library system holds more than 8 million printed volumes in open stacks, 8.5 million microfilms and microfiches, more than 71,000 cubic feet (2,000 m3) of manuscripts, and close to 500,000 other materials, including motion pictures, DVDs, sound recordings, and computer files in its collections. They have made great efforts to digitize their material and make it available under an open license and accessible through the Internet Archive and Flickr: The Commons.
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On March 21, 2016, Our 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, arrived in Cuba to extend a hand of friendship to the Cuban people. I was pleased to present President Obama with copy No.44 of my Reserve Edition of Vanishing Cuba.
All three editions of Vanishing Cuba, the Silver Edition, the Deluxe Edition, and the Reserve Edition, are now available at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. The library is open to the public, free of charge, as a research library.
I was excited to hear that BAYLOR UNIVERSITY, a private Baptist Christian research university in Waco, Texas, had ordered the RESERVE EDITION of my VANISHING CUBA book for their reference library collection. Established in 1845, Baylor is the oldest continuously operating university in Texas and one of the first educational institutions west of the Mississippi River in the United States.