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What is the Elephant Research Collection at Wayne State University?

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The Jeheskel (Hezy) Shoshani Library Endowed Collection (formerly known as the Elephant Research Foundation Library, or ERFL) is a diverse collection of information and display resources about elephants and their relatives, both past and present.  Here is more detailed information on the  Jeheskel (Hezy) Shoshani Library Endowed Collection:

http://library.wayne.edu/sites/elephants/

All resources are accessible via the WSU Online Catalog at:

http://elibrary.wayne.edu/search/tElephant+Research+Foundation+Library

This collection is open for research by appointment.  Usage of the materials is limited to the Purdy-Kresge Library building where this collection is located in a new Special Collections Room.  

To access materials from this collection, please contact Cindy Krolikowski, the Special Collections Coordinator, at ac4979@wayne.edu or Nancy Wilmes, liaison librarian for Biological Sciences, at aa8820@wayne.edu.

Please see additional details on this collection in the Guide:  Rare Books and Special Collections in the WSULS at this link (under the Elephant Collection tab):

http://guides.lib.wayne.edu/SpecialCollections

 

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