Map of France, "Etudes Paleoethnologiques dans le Bassin du Rhone," 1880, by the United States National Museum Photographic Laboratory. Smithsonian Institution Archives, Acc. 11-006, Image no. MAH-4397.

Link Love: 04/16/2021

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.

This spring, we’re paddling in a sea of webinars on preservation, [via Library of Congress]

family history, [via National Archives

and critical race theory. [via We Here]

Museum Visitors at Insect Zoo, National Museum of Natural History

Smithsonian entomologist Floyd Shockley explains just how cool bugs are. [via Smithsonian Voices] has launched a search portal for 1.8 billion (that’s 1,800,000,000) images from web archives. [via]

Kick off your Smithsonian 175th celebrations with some thoughts from Pam Henson, the Archives’ institutional historian. [via Voice of America News]

Map of France, "Etudes Paleoethnologiques dans le Bassin du Rhone"

Hyperallergic highlights one of the world’s oldest--and, probably, heaviest--3D maps. [via Hyperallergic]


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