Link Love: 4/5/2019

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.

The Library of Congress's Thomas Jefferson Building will be gaining an oculus! [via Library of Congress]

A new exhibit at the Musee D’Orsay will feature famous French artworks, now relabeled to foreground the black models who sat for them. [via Levine Museum]

Page of a manuscript with Persian writing.

The Library of Congress has digitized over 150 rare Persian manuscripts. [via infoDOCKET

Art historian Andrew McClellan discusses the importance of deaccessioning for museum collections. [via Apollo Magazine]

Biologists recently learned of two frog species with glowing bones...spooky!? [via Science]

Doris M. Cochran at Desk Holding Frog  

Imperial War Museums has digitized hundreds of hours of footage from the NATO film collection. [via Imperial War Museums]

The Library of Congress celebrates the tenth anniversary of BagIt! [via LC Blog]

Oral historian Kate Dahlstrand reflects on conducting oral history interviews with fellow military veterans. [via Contingent Magazine]

Historian Pamela Henson Listens to Oral History Interview

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