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Fall 2008
Volume 25 Number 3
ON THE COVER: A 1561 edition of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales is the oldest book housed in UM's Archives and Special Collections. Photo by Todd Goodrich


Guardians Of History
by Cary Shimek
UM’s Archives and Special Collections houses many of UM’s most valuable treasures, including a leaf from a 1207 Koran, a book once owned by Adolf Hitler, and the Mike Mansfield and Frank Bird Linderman collections.

Stand By Your Fan
by Amy Joyner
Amy Joyner—wife to one of Griz Nation’s most recognized “Superfans,” Jim Joyner—shares what it’s like to be married to an obsessed Grizman.

‘Montana Mafia’ Makes Its Mark With Big Names And Bigger Plans
by Sherry Jones
Multiple UM alums now work representing some of the biggest names in the music industry, making the self-proclaimed “Montana Mafia” a network to be reckoned with.

A Monumental Man
by Patia Stephens
A new book by art Professor Hipólito Rafael Chacón discusses the legacy and impact of Missoula architect A.J. Gibson.



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