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Discover the Hidden Treasures of SF State

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Filmmakers, historians, scientists, art and literature lovers, scholars, broadcast news junkies, fans of fungi and the just plain curious can discover the University's collections and facilities through Hidden Treasures, a Web site compiled and designed by the Office of Public Affairs and Publications.

The SF State campus is home to a wide range of galleries and museums that contain everything from rare Italian Renaissance manuscripts and ancient Egyptian artifacts to a domed planetarium and one of the largest, most revered archives of recorded literary readings. All of these "Hidden Treasures" are open to the public and most are free.

The Web site contains information about SF State's Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives, Frank de Bellis Collection, Labor Archives and Research Center, San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive, Harry D. Thiers Herbarium, Treganza Anthropology Museum, and many more resources.

The Hidden Treasures Web site also provides contact information, hours and links to the Web site of each facility. Visitors are encouraged to call before going to any of the Hidden Treasures on campus.

-- Matt Itelson


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