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ISU Legacy Award Family Members Visit Library

Posted by isulib on September 28, 2014

During yesterday’s ISU Family Day, members of the Alumni Association’s 2014 Legacy Award family made a special visit to the ISU Library. One of the family members had a career as a librarian and also published five books, several of which were on display.

As ISU Today reported in its story dated August 6: The Hood family’s legacy of three generations of Sycamores spanning all four institutional name changes earned the Hoods the 2014 Legacy Award. A full story about the Millender sisters (and others) appears in the August 1, 2014 STATE Magazine.

Dolly (Hood) Millender (’41)and several other family members met with Dean Robin Crumrin, Reference/Instruction Librarian Edith Campbell, and Library Events Coordinator, Dara Middleton, escorted by Hilary Duncan (ISU Foundation), as they toured the Library and viewed the display of Ms. Millender’s books.

 

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Legacy Award: Hood Family

 

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Legacy Award: Hood Family

Photos provided by Edith Campbell

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One Response to “ISU Legacy Award Family Members Visit Library”

  1. Many thanks to the ISU LIbrary staff and director for the wonderful display of my mother’s books last summer during the ISU homecoming weekend in honor of the Hood Family’s “Legacy Award”. (Naomi Millender)

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