- Samantha Dodd, Curator Archives of Women of the Southwest, DeGolyer Library
I want to thank the digital team in the Norwick Center for Digital Services, John and Rob, for tirelessly working to digitize all of the materials I wanted to feature in this exhibition. Because of their work, this companion digital exhibition will allow these resources to be available for years to come.
My thanks also go out to Christine Milazzo in marketing who gave this exhibit its stunning graphics. To all of my colleagues in the DeGolyer Library who proofread, edited, and supported my work throughout this exhibition, I am eternally grateful.
And finally, to my mom and dad, thank you for inspiring my own love of travel, and adventurous road trips. Because of everything you have taught me, I know how to find my way, and "I just can't wait to get on the road again."
- Christine Asberry Milazzo, Senior Designer, Library Marketing
- John Milazzo, Digitization Coordinator Norwick Center for Digital Services
Additional Digital Support by:
- Rob Walker, Director, Norwick Center for Digital Solutions
Marian Henley papers
Marian Henley is a cartoonist, artist, and author whose work has appeared since 1981 in many U.S. publications such as Funny Times, Austin Chronicle, LA Weekly, San Francisco Chronicle, Dallas Morning News, Ms., Glamour, and MAD. Her comic strip Maxine! made its debut in The Dallas Observer in 1981. Maxine offers an opinion on everything that matters most: love, religion, politics, philosophy, and of course, bad hair.
DeGolyer Library, Manuscript Collection, A2022.0001X