Live Bees and Food Exhibit, 1890s, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 285, Image no. MAH-18650.

Link Love: 10/25/2019

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 weekend, join the celebration for the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage! [via CCAAA]

New Yorker writer Maya Phillips examines the place of the National Museum of African American History and Culture within the present cultural and political moment. [via New Yorker]

Bunch and Conwill Look at NMAAHC Museum Site

CBS features one of the Archives’s top paper sleuths, conservator Nora Lockshin! [via CBS News]

A new monument in New York’s Central Park will honor African American residents of the early 19th-century Seneca Village, which was razed to build the park. [via New York Times

Read the latest “Bunny Tinder” research. [via BBC

Visitors on the National Mall, by Clark, Chip, 1978, Smithsonian Archives - History Div, 94-2875.

On a visit to Monticello’s kitchens, the Sporkful podcast explores the legacy of James Hemings, a chef enslaved by Thomas Jefferson. [via Future of Museums]

In the name of saving the bees, B. has become a social media influencer. [via Colossal]

Live Bees and Food Exhibit

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