We hope you've been enjoying the Rush Archives Blog these past months as we continue to work mostly from home.
Fortunately, we have been able to continue to assist researchers remotely because we have digitized so many documents and photographs over the years! Digitizing, organizing, describing, and making material accessible is a lot of work, but it's worth it. Those past projects have helped us cover a lot of ground during this time.
DID YOU KNOW that half of our users are not affiliated with Rush? Although our Rush users take precedence, we also help students and faculty from other institutions, historians, documentary filmmakers, writers, and even genealogists on a regular basis. All kinds of researchers are interested in the history of Rush and its people!
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CAPTION: Drawing from Rush's newsletter, NewsRounds, October 1986, by Heidi Hoffer, Biomedical Communications (the predecessor of today's Rush Production Group.)
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