Visiting Botanist Cleo Calderón with Plant Specimens, 1965, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Acc. 11-008, Image no. OPA-90

Link Love: 3/22/2019

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 new YouTube series, Smithsonian paleontologists answer questions from the public! [via Smithsonian Voices]

Elephas imperator, Right Foreleg

Now you can help describe over 5,000 photos from the collections of the UNESCO Archives. [via ICA]

The Library of Congress has recently digitized the papers of suffragist Carrie Chapman Catt. [via Library of Congress]

Image of handwritten text, written above a newspaper clipping with a headline that reads: "Women Hav

Columbia University archivist Celeste Brewer writes about reprocessing as a response to ever-changing archival meanings. [via Columbia RBML blog]

The Washingtonian profiles DC’s recent reinvestment in its public libraries. [via Greater Greater Washington]

This Women's History Month, the Biodiversity Heritage Library and Smithsonian Libraries have run workshops to incorporate more women scientists into Wiki projects! [via BHL Blog]

The American Antiquarian Society recently made over 200 letters of Abigail Adams available online—and helped launch a March Madness-style bracket. [via AAS]

Visiting Botanist Cleo Calderón with Plant Specimens

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