Library, Lower Main Hall, Smithsonian Institution Building, 1914, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 95, Image no. MAH-60591

Link Love: 3/1/2019

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.

In a visual essay, Ariel Aberg-Riger charts the rise of the American public library. [via CityLab]

Celebrate Fair Use Week with a copyright kaleidocycle or “Copyright the Card Game”! [via ARL News]

For even more proof that copyright is fun and exciting, check out these winners of the Public Domain Game Jam. [via Tech Dirt]

Library, Lower Main Hall, Smithsonian Institution Building

A museum commemorating abolitionist Josiah Henson, whose autobiography inspired Uncle Tom’s Cabin, will be built on a Maryland site where Henson had been enslaved. [via DCist]

The New York Times profiles the African American Trail Project, a Tufts University initiative mapping the places central to Massachusetts’ black history. [via New York Times

The Institute of Museum and Library Services has released the results of its nationwide Heritage Health Information Survey. The report comes with some fetching infographics! [via IMLS]

Try out early modern recipes posted by the Folger Shakespeare Library in conjunction with its exhibit First Chefs. [via Folger]

In four frames a woman is speaking to an audience that is not pictured. She is stranding behind a ta

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