Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Special Collections & Archives is celebrating Banned Books Week throughout the month of September. Visit us to learn why the Tarzan series was banned, in Tarzana of all places, or why two California school districts were not happy with Little Red Riding Hood.

The “Banned books” exhibit in the Doris Lewis Rare Book Room will be available until the end of Banned Books Week on October 1st

beasts of tarzan book cover

Front cover of The Beasts of Tarzan, published ca. 1937 by Whitman Publishing Company. Donated by Dr. Warren Ober. Call number: E1569.

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