With the generous support of Jim and Barbara Whitton, the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
and the Department of History will again host the Remnant Trust this fall. “The Theme is Freedom” will feature rare editions of classic texts treatingindividual freedom and responsibility to society. From John Milton and Algernon Sidney in the seventeenth century to Frederick Douglass and Elizabeth Cady Stanton in the nineteenth, we encounter women and men who challenged the political, social, and cultural status quo by advocating human liberty against any form of oppression and prejudice. Their challenge is no less relevant to our own day. The volumes will be housed in the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum’s Research Center and the Cornette Library from September 30-October 29.