BYU's Lee Library to celebrate 50 years with unusual exhibit

by | Dec. 15, 2010

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Hippo teeth, sharp daggers and a window from Hitler’s bunker are just a few of the unusual artifacts that will be featured in the Harold B. Lee Library’s new rotating exhibit, “Cabinet of Curiosities,” opening Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, to celebrate the library’s semicentennial.

The Lee Library, which opened in 1961 at Brigham Young University, will showcase the rare objects in a series of seven gallery groupings at the third level exhibit space, just behind the main entrance’s east security desk.

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