Museum Visitors at Insect Zoo, National Museum of Natural History, 1973, by Harry B. Neufeld. Smithsonian Institution Archives, Acc. 11-009, Image no. 73-9017,

Link Love: 4/26/2019

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.

At long last, you can find all the insatiable dogs in the Folger’s British Book Illustrations database! [via infoDOCKET

Dogs of the World Exhibit, Hall of Mammals

National Geographic sheds new light on a book of Cuban botanical illustrations by Anne Wollstonecraft. [via Czerne Reid]

Image of plants with long green stems, which include leaves, and purple and pink flowers. The illust

The Ford’s Theatre exhibition spaces have been digitized in 3D! [via Ford’s Theatre

WAMU recently interviewed the Archives’ own Pam Henson for a podcast episode about the history of National Zoo. [via WAMU]

Lemur research might help biologists induce torpor in humans. [via Science Friday]

Celebrate Preservation Week by attending a free webinar or by viewing a Drake meme. [via Brooklynology]

Conservators at the Newberry Library share stories from their War on Bugs. [via Newberry Library]

Museum Visitors at Insect Zoo, National Museum of Natural History

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