Into Nature: The History of Camping in the Far West
Please join the University Libraries' Special Collections and University Archives Department for a "Last Chance" talk and guided tour of our "Into Nature: The History of Camping in the Far West" exhibit. Curator Kim Roberts will examine the economic, cultural and social factors that led to the rise of camping after the Civil War, culminating in an outdoor recreation boom during the early twentieth century. She will also lead a guided tour of the exhibit calling attention to key images and artifacts on display.
The event is free. All are welcome. To attend, please RSVP to Robin Monteith via email at email@example.com.
About exhibit curator Kim Roberts: Kim spent her early childhood moving all over the Intermountain West before her family settled down in Colorado. She studied literature and history at Colorado State University and received her master's in the history of photography, landscape, and science at the University of Nevada, Reno. Kim has worked at libraries, museums and archives across the West and Midwest, including being the photo archivist for the University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives Department.
Friday, February 28 at 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, 4th Floor Leonard Reading Room, and 3rd Floor Special Collections and University Archives