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FHSU Scholars Repository

7/20/17 - Forsyth Digital Collections is excited to announce that The Reveille yearbooks are up in their entirety at their new home in the FHSU Scholars Repository!

The complete run of The Reveille from 1914-2003 has been digitally optimized and moved to a new platform. The yearbooks are now text searchable and each edition is presented in book reader format. Full-text downloads are available. The collection can be browsed in its entirety or it can be broken down by decade.

The Reveille is presented as part of the Archives Online, the online presence of the Fort Hays State University Archives. The FHSU Scholars Repository is a service of Forsyth Library.

Check out The Reveille at

Forsyth Summer Hours

5/22/17 - The library will join the campus community observing adjusted hours of business May 21 - August 6.

Come visit us from 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.
We are closed Saturday and Sunday. And closed Monday, May 29 for Memorial Day, and Tuesday, July 4 for Independence Day.

Our librarians and staff are happy to provide our regular services as well as our coffee bar.
Have a great summer!

Heritage Harvest Workshop May 20, 2017

5/8/17 - Join Forsyth Library for this workshop offering hands-on experience for digitizing family photos and gathering historical information about them. How best to care for family heirlooms and how to display them without damage.Volunteer speakers covered topics such as genealogy research, preserving family heirlooms, digitizing photos and documents, local research opportunities and library topics.  

CBS Sunday Morning Feature

1/10/17 - CBS Sunday Morning is featuring Kansas paleontologist Barnum Brown this weekend. FHSU's Forsyth Library & Archives provided photos!
VIew the segment


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