Margaret Gamm is Assistant Head of Special Collections and Curator of Rare Books. She is available to teach classes using all Special Collections holdings--especially book collections--and will happily provide research help and guidance in the history of the book and other Special Collections areas. She will not tell you how much your books are worth, but will point you toward people who can. Her current research interests are the antiquarian book trade, collections security, and the interoperability of library systems and archival metadata.
MSLS, Concentration in Archives and Records Management, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2013
BA, History, University of Georgia, 2010
BA, English, University of Georgia, 2010
Stop by Special Collections to see these and other new acquisitions! And keep an eye on our Twitter account for more new acquisitions.
Sententiarum Libri IIII. Printed by Madeleine Boursette, widow of Francois Regnault
New acquisition. Sententiarum, 1542. Printed by a widow. pic.twitter.com/8Fc5VAjKv6— Special Collections (@UISpecColl) August 3, 2017
A faculty-requested artist's book
Two years' worth of Vine box openings