Dolphins, Bay of Panama, STRI, 1989, by Carl C. Hansen. Smithsonian Institution Archives, Acc. 11-009, Image no. 91-17632

Link Love: 6/14/2019

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.

Today, June 14, is the last day to help choose the names for two Potomac River dolphins! [via DCist

The Smithsonian Sidedoor podcast covers the “Bone Wars” waged between two 19th-century paleontologists. [via Smithsonian]

Othniel C. Marsh

Explore hundreds of thousands of pages from colonial North American manuscripts, newly digitized by Harvard Library! [via infoDOCKET]

Archaeologists recently discovered “annular bread-like objects”—ancient Cheerios—at a Bronze Age site. [via Newsweek]

The New York Times discusses a plane-based observatory that can identify and map endangered coral reefs from the air. [via NYT Science]

Underwater View of Coral with Ernesto Weil, Panama, STRI

A video profile of the Tenement Museum explores the objects in its permanent collection. [via Museum Assocation of New York]

As part of the “Deep Time Special Report,” geologists explain how to date fossils. [via Smithsonian]

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