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More On Texas A&M’s Upcoming SF Exhibit

February 19th, 2010 by Steven Gould

It’s Hyper Cool.

Promoted from the Comments, Dr. Hal Hall, Librarian and Curator of Special Collections says:

Thanks for mentioning the Exhibition. Elizabeth Moon will also be speaking at the opening. Take a look at the large banners on the Cushing Library building at:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/36274857@N05/sets/72157623267964811/

Posted in Daily Life | 3 Comments »

3 Responses

  1. will shetterly Says:

    Dr. Hal Hall? He’s got a classic SF name! Or superhero, of course.

  2. Steven Gould Says:

    He does. I’ve known him for thirty-five years.

  3. Rory Says:

    Me and Troyce and Martha and Bill and a bunch of other long-timers were there. It’s an extremely cool exhibit. Easily the most culturally edifying place in the entire Brazos Valley.

    And Martha and Steve are both under glass in one of the main display cases. Here are some excellent pics about it from her LJ: http://marthawells.livejournal.com/326681.html

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