From the Vaults: The History of the Charity Bazaar

From the Vaults: The History of the Charity Bazaar

Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 656 , Segment 3

Episode: Catalan Independence, Smart Helmet, Improv Children's Theater

  • Oct 9, 2017 11:00 pm
  • 17:13 mins

Guest: Leslee Thorne-Murphy, Associate Professor of English at BYU, Co-Editor of the forthcoming “Philanthropic Discourse in Anglo-American Literature, 1850-1920,” Curator of “Welcome to our Charity Bazaar,” an exhibit in the Harold B. Lee Library, runs through June 2018.  Soon the holiday bazaars will begin – you’ll be able to get handmade tree ornaments and jewelry, plus artisan jams and honey - all a bit overpriced, to be sure. But it’s usually for a good cause. The charity bazaar has a great origin story we’re going to explore for this month’s installment of From the Vaults—where we go inside the BYU library’s Special Collection. The library is currently hosting an exhibit called “Welcome to our Charity Bazaar,” and we’ve invited one of its curators to join us in studio.

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