The Curator of the Frank V. de Bellis Collection promotes the discovery and use of the collection’s rare books, manuscripts, music, and artifacts as an integral part of the library’s research assistance and instruction programs. The Curator provides specialized research assistance, access, outreach, programming, and instructional services to students and faculty in a variety of disciplines as well as to community stakeholders.
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