Mother Hippo and Child Are Doing Well, 1929. Smithsonian Institution Archives, Acc. 12-492, Image no. SIA2012-6492.

Link Love: 04/02/2021

Link Love: a biweekly post with links to interesting videos and stories about archival issues, technology and culture, and Washington D.C. and American history.

National Air and Space Museum staff played Two Truths and a Lie for April Fool’s Day. [via National Air and Space Museum

The New York Times highlights Victorian-era housekeeping techniques. [via New York Times

The Smithsonian Scholarly Press’s newest, hottest digital release sheds light on women’s literary networks in the long 19th century. [via SI Scholarly Press

The Louvre’s new collections database will make it easier to skip that trip to France. [via infoDOCKET]

"Suiting Everyone" Exhibition at NMHT

Turn your house into an exhibit hall for Girlhood (It’s complicated)! [via Smithsonian DPO

The National Museum of Natural History shares the skinny on hippo and cetacean skin! [via National Museum of Natural History]

Mother Hippo and Child Are Doing Well

Artist Jessica Esch waxes lyrical about the inspirational qualities of archival materials. [via Smithsonian Voices]

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