If you wander too far down the library stacks QL737 row you might just find yourself in the Stevenson University archives. Overseen by University archivist and Chair of the department of Public History and Humanities, Dr. Glenn Johnston, the archives are home to myriad hidden treasures. On my recent visit, Dr. Johnston brought out a first edition, first printing of the King James bible from 1611. Stevenson acquired this treasure through the efforts of Professor Joseph McGraw (Public History) who found it Maryland Bible Society (founded in 1812). The Society has generously placed the book on long-term loan with the archives. What else is in the archives? You might just have to visit to find out!