Anacostia Neighborhood Museum Design Lab Staff Work on Frederick Douglass Exhibit, 1977, by Norman Rhodes. Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 371, Image no. 92-1761.

Link Love: 06/19/2020

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

This morning, Secretary Bunch discusses the legacy of Juneteenth in a Washington Post livestream! [via Washington Post

It’s a great time to be a rescued platypus. [via New York Times

Poisonous Mammals Exhibit, Hall of Mammals, National Museum of Natural History

Hyperallergic profiles the digital collections of the Letterform Archive. [via Hyperallergic]

A close reading of a Frederick Douglass speech brings his voice to life. [via Library of Congress]

Anacostia Neighborhood Museum Design Lab Staff Work on Frederick Douglass Exhibit

The Minnesota Historical Society offers advice on preserving street art! [via Megan Narvey

Looking for a new citizen science project? Here are seventy-five. [via Smithsonian]

Learn to use the Tropy app while you’re waiting for archives to reopen! [via Roy Rosenzweig Center]

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