Grant's Zebra, 1910, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Acc. 14-167, Image no. NZP-0283.

Link Love: 12/6/2019

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.

An audio preservation engineer recounts a typical day at the Northeast Document Conservation Center, including sticking tapes in the oven. [via NEDCC]

The Library of Congress has released its first-ever LGBTQ+ digital collections! [via Meg Metcalf

DCist highlights NMAAHC’s new exhibit of black film posters. [via DCist

The Massachusetts Historical Society has launched a digital exhibit on the suffrage movement (and anti-suffrage anti-movement). [via Allison K. Lange]

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe has returned some brilliant new findings on the sun. [via National Air and Space Museum]

Camera to be Used in Solar Eclipse Expedition

Machine learning helps solve the mystery of who wrote Henry VIII! [via the Guardian]

The skull of a mean, long-dead zebra helps Smithsonian researchers uncover the history of domestication. [via Smithsonian]

Grant's Zebra, 1910, Smithsonian Institution Archives, SIA Acc. 14-167 [NZP-0283].

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