Through these stories and videos, discover how gifts to the Sheridan Libraries help power Hopkins teaching and research, and advance knowledge for the world.

Champ and Debbie Sheridan

Benefactors of the Sheridan Libraries.

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Exhibition Spotlights Baltimore's First Lady of Jazz

Donor support enables “Ethel’s Place” about Ethel Ennis’s life and musical legacy

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A Family’s Tie to Sheridan Libraries

Alumnus Michael Siegel’s gift continues conservation fellowship.

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A Love Story for the History Books

How one couple’s passion for rare books and devotion to each other inspired a widow’s gifts to Johns Hopkins.

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Saving a Film Genre

A new collection from the Academic Film Archive of North America puts Baltimore on the map for film researchers.

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“Women of the Book” exhibit reveals the lives of women from 1450-1800

Sheridan Libraries holds largest collection of early modern women materials.

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New Exhibition Spans 200 Years of American Sheet Music

Levy Family Curator Explores Sheet Music as Cultural History.

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Old Maps Answering New Questions

The newly acquired John and Linda Greene Map Collection expands the boundaries of research for students and faculty.

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Q&A: Eugene Sekulow

Sharing a lifelong love of books.

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Reading Between 16th-Century Lines

Archaeology of Reading demonstrates the relevance of technology to the humanities — and vice versa.

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Preserving a Passion for Libraries

Couple’s gift will benefit Sheridan Libraries’ future.

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