1media/Billings_book_lilith.jpg2018-08-31T16:42:37-07:00Rachael Zipperer733bca2661a68a774f69c1b20ebce2dbab84cbc13043720Beyond his career at the libraries, Billings was a scholar and collector.image_header8046312018-10-16T18:27:38-07:00Rachael Zipperer733bca2661a68a774f69c1b20ebce2dbab84cbc1Inspired by his admiration for and friendships with writers and artists, Billings published literary works and criticism throughout this career and well after. Forever an aficionado of special collections, his personal collections span from Newcomb pottery to Elvis paraphernalia.
From his early education through his retirement, two facts are undeniable: Harold Billings loved libraries and he loved Texas.
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1media/future_billings.jpg2018-06-14T20:04:23-07:00Victoria M Pena70efcd96c65b3d36be9d44b2870db64d8c7ee3f4The Tomorrow LibrarianGinny Barnes61Harold Billings' Legacy as Director of the University of Texas Libraries 1978-2003book_splash7709782018-10-15T21:33:19-07:00Ginny Barnes3eee7f03172e35d4a55ee3f747d663b72f156868
12018-08-28T03:05:18-07:00Baker Street Journal3The cover of the 2006 issue of the Baker Street Journal which features Billings' award winning piece, "The Materia Medica of Sherlock Holmes."media/Billings_bakerstreet.jpgplain2018-10-16T03:49:02-07:00Volume 56 Number 3. Autumn 2006. The Baker Street Journal. An irregular quarterly of sherlockiana. Editor Steven Rothman. An illustration of Holmes' profile with a pike in his mouth. The Baker Street Irregulars. New York.
12018-08-27T21:45:40-07:00Texas Beast Fables first edition1Hand-colored drawing on linen cover by Barbara Holmanmedia/Billings_beasts_cover.jpgplain2018-08-27T21:45:41-07:00