Here are some of the highlights of the research conducted this fall at SIA.
From all of us at the Archives, we wish you happy holidays!
A recap and highlights from the Archives team at "Working Women: The Smithsonian Institution as a Case Study," the first annual Smithsonian American Women’s History Initaive symposium
Golden lion tamarin group at National Zoological Park, November 1983, by Jessie Cohen.
On December 19, 1977 Smithsonian Gardens’ first exhibition, Trees of Christmas, opened at the National Museum of American History.
Dr. Elizabeth Broun, Director, Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery, 1989–2016, oversaw major renovations, welcomed groundbreaking exhibitions, and diversified the museum’s collections. She served as the museum’s Chief Curator and Assistant Director, 1983–88. #Groundbreaker
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1903 Oldsmobile gasoline automobile in front of the Army Medical Museum and Library at Independence Avenue and 7th Street, SW, Washington, D.C., 1940s.
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