This graphically arresting envelope depicts President Abraham Lincoln as the Great Comet of 1861, which could be seen with the naked eye throughout the summer in much of the United States. The anonymous illustrator has combined several visual elements to create greater meanings: the white stars on a blue background representing both the heavens and … Read more
Wesleyan is now a member of the Center for Research Libraries, an international consortium focused on unique primary source materials in both physical and digital form, encompassing the humanities, sciences, and social sciences.
As a founding member of the Connecticut/Trinity/Wesleyan consortium in the late 1980s, the Wesleyan Library has long believed in and relied upon the power of consortia and relationships with other institutions both to strengthen and extend the resources available for research and teaching.
Starting this January, the Library has added campus-wide access to the Financial Times. Using your Wesleyan username and password, you can now sign-in to the Financial Times using both their website and tablet/phone apps.