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    1. Turkey leftovers? Problem Solved. - The Devil's Tale

      Related posts: The Rubenstein Library’s disruptive copy of A Curious Herbal War in Black and White: African American Soldiers’ Photograph (...)

    2. The Goodson Blogson: Win a Spring Semester Survival Kit!

      The basket includes: Constitutional Law: Examples & Explanations (Individual Rights) Constitutional Law: Examples & Explanations (National Power (...)

    3. The Goodson Blogson: PILF Attendees: Win a Law School Survival Kit!

      The kit contains: STUDY AIDS : ExamPro texts on Criminal Procedure and Federal Income Tax (generously donated by Westlaw); 50 pairs of earplugs; (...)

    4. Meet the Staff: Reference Intern Ashley Rose Young - The Devil's Tale

      Related posts: Documenting Radio Haïti-Inter’s Time in Exile (1981-1986) Using Lè Ayisyen’s Archive Soup or Salad? Sealtest Suggests (...)

    5. The Goodson Blogson: Food For Fines: October 10-26

      The Food Bank serves a network of more than 800 agencies across 34 counties in Central and Eastern North Carolina, including soup (...)

    6. 1946-1955 - Ad*Access Research Guide - LibGuides at Duke University

      America's favorite meal is fruit cup, vegetable soup, steak and potatoes, peas, rolls with butter, and pie a la mode. 1955.

    7. Documentation - Ethical Collaboration in the Digital Humanities - LibGuides at Duke University

      Digital Collecting Toolkit (2019, University of Virginia Library),  (...)

    8. The Devil's Tale - Page 97 of 127 - Dispatches from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript

      Since he is cutting back on alcohol, why unwind with some drink ideas from Campbell’s Soup? Perhaps he could make Tomato Ice by (...)

    9. Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen Tasting Event, Dec. 3 - Duke University Libraries Blogs

      Here’s what’s on the menu: Apple Kuchen (circa 1970s) Rice Apples (1777) Ice Cream No. 3 (1899) World War I Soldiers’ Soup (...)

    10. Got Library Fines? Give Food and We'll Waive Them - Duke University Libraries Blogs

      The Food Bank serves a network of more than 800 agencies across 34 counties in Central and Eastern North Carolina, including soup (...)

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