We proudly announce that HARVARD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, the largest university library system in the United States, has acquired a copy of VANISHING CUBA.
Havard University Library is the most extensive university library and the first institutional library in what became the United States. The library existed before the country declared independence. In 1638, a young Puritan minister named John Harvard left his collection of 260 volumes to the new Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The library now contains over 10 million volumes. These include works for advanced study and research, rare books and manuscripts, and a reading collection for undergraduates.
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It was a pleasure to hear that NYC’s SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS (SVA) acquired VANISHING CUBA for its library. SVA is a multidisciplinary college of art and design known for its unparalleled faculty and innovative curriculum.
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.