Archive for February, 2006

1960 Andrew Wyeth show featured in March Archives exhibit

Posted February 28th, 2006 by Lois Beattie

In the fall of 1960 MIT mounted an exhibition of forty works by Andrew Wyeth in the Hayden Gallery. March’s Object of the Month exhibit by the Institute Archives and Special Collections displays a letter from Wyeth to MIT’s first lady, Catherine Stratton, setting forth his reasons for declining an invitation to an opening cocktail party. The letter is from the Catherine Nelson Stratton Papers, which include her “Social Book,” records of entertainment at the President’s House while Julius Stratton was president of MIT.

Learn more about the Archives’ collections and MIT’s history by browsing previous exhibits.

New! Dewey Research Advisor: Business and Economics Q&A (BETA)

Posted February 24th, 2006 by mit-admin

The Dewey Research Advisor Beta is a new online database developed by Dewey Library that provides starting points for specific research questions in the fields of business & management and economics.

Find answers to questions like:

  • Where can I find annual reports for US companies?
  • Where can I find forecasts for a country?
  • How do I find data on futures, options, spot rates, and commodities?

Try browsing the database or search for a keyword on your topic. Note that this tool is in beta version, so please send your feedback to ask-dewey@mit.edu. As always, Dewey librarians are here to help, so feel free to Ask Us!