Then Give Three Cheers, and One Cheer More!

Stones_edit_3“You do us proud, sir!” An aficionado of Gilbert and Sullivan, for many years David Stone collected memorabilia of, on and about the legendary team: original manuscripts, production materials, letters and personal effects of dramatist/librettist W.S. Gilbert,  composer Arthur Sullivan and impresario Richard D’Oyly Carte. Mr. Stone and his wife, Ann, are giving their remarkable, massive and impressive collection to the University Libraries’ Special Collections and Archives. “The University Libraries is honored to be the future home of this collection with its inestimable research value for Mason faculty and students as well as scholars world-wide. The collection complements existing strengths in performing arts collections such as the Arena Stage Archives and Federal Theatre Project Collections,” said Yvonne Carignan, Head, Special Collections & Archives. The Stones also created the David and Annabelle Stone Gilbert and Sullivan Endowed Fund for cataloging and preserving the collection. Read more!

Spring 2015 Course Reserves Information

Mason Libraries’ new course reserves process simplifies student access to e-Reserves and provides consistent course reserve service across all campuses. Didn’t use Course Reserves for Fall 2014 classes but will in Spring 2015? Some changes include:

More detailed information for faculty on using the Course Reserve service is available at Course Reserves (Instructors).

Questions? Need assistance? Please contact your campus reserves staff:

  • Nicholas Hofmann or Vittoria Perrone (Fairfax)
    • 703-993-9043, ereserve @ gmu.edu
  • Richard Plaskus (Prince William)
    • 703-993-7539, pwlres @ gmu.edu
  • Jane Zhang (Arlington)
    • 703-993-8229, aclres @ gmu.edu