Link Love: 11/02/2018

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.

Halloween is over, but you can prepare for next year’s festivities with these costume ideas from the Archives of American Art. [via Smithsonian Magazine]

The National Zoo’s naked mole-rat colony is still in anarchy! [via DCist]

See sixty of this year’s top wildlife photographs submitted to the Windland Smith Rice Awards either online or in person at the National Museum of Natural History. [via Smithsonian Magazine]

Identify the audiovisual materials in your family's papers with this handy tool from the Flemish Institute for Archiving! [via infoDOCKET]

A GIS project from the National Trust for Historic Preservation lets you explore historic post offices across the United States. [via Saving Places

Shutter with three signs on it. The signs read: "Chew Nut Cracker," "Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh," and

Six years after the Syrian Civil War forced it to relocate its collections, the National Museum of Damascus has reopened! [via Smithsonian Magazine]

A 3D digital exhibit from the University of South Florida Libraries takes you up close and personal with the Key Marco Cat, part of SI's Department of Anthropology collections. [via Smithsonian]

As part of its Open Access program, the Met has released a new API (application programming initiative) along with over 400,000 images freely available through a Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. [via the Met

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