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December 21, 2012

New collection: Law Library- Docket newsletter

We have just indexed a new collection in Digital Case of the most recent 2012 Docket newsletters which is the student-run, weekly newsletter of CWRU School of Law. We will continue to add to this collection with backdated newsletters in the coming months.

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December 14, 2012

Digital Media from the Kulas Music Library

Recordings made by Case ensembles, either as one-of-a-kind instantaneous-disc recordings or as semi-commercial stamped 33 1/3 rpm albums. The majority of these recordings are by the CIT Men’s Glee Club, which was one of the preeminent collegiate male choral ensembles in the country. Other ensembles represented include the CIT Band, the CIT Stage Band, the CWRU Jazz Ensemble, and the University Circle Chorale.

Currently, there are six titles in this collection:

Cantate Domino (Case Institute of Technology Men's Glee Club- 1969)
Case men sing (Case Institute of Technology Men's Glee Club-1960)
For the first time (Case Western Reserve University Jazz Ensemble I- 1980)
Old Main 403 (Case Institute of Technology Men's Glee Club-1960)
The University Circle Chorale, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio (Case Western Reserve University University Circle Chorale-1972)
Would you believe (Case Institute of Technology Stage Band-1965

Collection can be found here

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December 13, 2012

George Crile WWI Journals

Dr. George W. Crile (1864-1943), house surgeon at Lakeside Hospital and professor of surgery at the Medical School of Western Reserve University, was known internationally for his surgical techniques and medical research. During World War I, Dr. Crile organized a unit of doctors and nurses from Lakeside Hospital to assist the Allies in treating and caring for the war wounded. The Lakeside Unit spent the first three months of 1915 at the American Ambulance in Paris. During this period, Dr. Crile kept a personal account of his experience. Upon his return to Cleveland, Dr. Crile and his wife, Grace McBride Crile, organized these accounts, along with personal and professional correspondence and letters from soldiers he had treated, and compiled a three volume set of “diaries”. Copies of this set were given to members of the Lakeside Unit as a memento.

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