Founded in 1923 by Sir William Osler, the Tudor & Stuart Club at Johns Hopkins centers around the study and shared love of books. Though widely dormant in the 1990s, the club has recently been revitalized as the T&S Society, continuing the club’s original commitment to camaraderie by way of bibliophilia. For this edition of Lunch with the Libraries, Daniel T. McClurkin will guide you through the T&S Room in Gilman Hall and the John Work Garret Library in Evergreen, where most of the rarest materials in the club’s collection resides. In the process, we’ll consider the legacy of the club by walking through some of the spaces that bear its august memory while simultaneously looking to the society’s current and future life as one of Hopkins’s oldest scholarly and social organizations.

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Add to Calendar 20240411 America/New_York Lunch with the Libraries: Sir William Osler’s Books and the Tudor & Stuart Club