Link Love: 3/27/2020

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. 

Celebrate spring indoors with museum Twitter’s #MuseumBouquet hashtag. [via Twitter Moments]

Smithsonian Gardens has been sharing community garden stories all week long. [via SI Gardens]

Flowering Orchids, Panama, STRI

Lady Science profiles Anna Maria Walker, a botanical illustrator wrapped up in early "orchidmania" in colonial Sri Lanka. [via Lady Science]

Become a citizen archivist and contribute to one of these innumerable crowdsourcing projects! [via Trevor Owens]

NMAfA and Haupt Garden in the Spring

The Internet Archive has created a National Emergency Library for students and scholars learning from home. [via infoDOCKET]

T. Dale Stewart Examining Skull

Smithsonian anthropologist Briana Pobiner talks human origins on the Dirt podcast. [via The Dirt]

Let these Egyptian mummy portraits lecture you about the importance of social distancing. [via National Museums Scotland]

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