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  1. Click on the image to download a printable PDF of the holiday card.

    Happy Holidays (and a free card) from the Archives

    • Date: December 12, 2011
    • Creator: Catherine Shteynberg
    • Description: Happy Holidays 2011 from the Smithsonian Institution Archives and the Smithsonian's Field Book Project, with a free printable card featuring penguins from our collections.

  3. Blog Post

    Collection Highlights: New Additions to the Archives’ Website

    • Date: April 3, 2018
    • Creator: Tammy L. Peters
    • Description: [edan-image:id=siris_arc_392769,size=450,center]The Smithsonian Institution Archives continually strives to add more collection information to its website.See new collection highlights posted to the Smithsonian Institution Archives website.

  5. Hubbard squash, 2014, courtesy of Jennifer Wright.

    A Recipe from the Archives: Gourmet Golden Squash

    • Date: November 25, 2014
    • Creator: Jennifer Wright
    • Description: A 30 year old Hubbard squash recipe found in the Archives.

  7. Beige, tan, and burgundy webpage with black and white archival photos across the top.

    Some Archives Technologist Career Advice

    • Date: May 24, 2018
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: This is the latest post in our series on career advice for the aspiring archives professionals. Each edition features information and career advice from a different member of the Archives team, regarding what they do, how they got here, and how you can too. Check out our previous posts, and don’t be afraid to let us know who you would like to hear from next!The Archives has

  9. Checking the contents of the boxes against the finding aid to ensure all materials are accounted for.

    Project SEARCH Comes to the Archives

    • Date: June 16, 2015
    • Creator: William Bennett
    • Description: This spring, the Archives welcomed Heather Weiss, a Project SEARCH intern, and as her time with us comes to an end, we wanted to highlight her accomplishments.

  11. Obsolete storage media.

    One Lens for Multiple Archives: A Pan-Institutional Survey of Born Digital Holdings

    • Date: May 28, 2015
    • Creator: Ricc Ferrante
    • Description: Summary of pan-Smithsonian survey of born digital collections holdings at archives and museums at the Smithsonian.

  13. Webpage

    Frequently Used Collections at the Smithsonian Institution Archives

    • Date: April 20, 2011
    • Description: Learn about the frequently referenced collections at the Smithsonian Institution Archives.

  15. Blog Post

    Research at the Archives: Finding Grasses for the South

    • Date: May 26, 2011
    • Description: As a postdoctoral fellow at the National Museum of American History, I’ve spent months in the Smithsonian Institution Archives researching a book tentatively titled, Not Naturally a Grass Country: Environment, Plant Genetics, and the Quest for Agricultural Modernization in the Humid World. It’s largely a story about global attempts to replace one form of agriculture—the

  17. Blog Post

    The Archives Contributes to a new Website on the Burgess Shale

    • Date: December 8, 2011
    • Creator: Catherine Shteynberg
    • Description: The Smithsonian Institution Archives contributes images to a new website about the Burgess Shale, a paleontological site located in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, by Royal Ontario Museum and Parks Canada.

  19. Blog Post

    That's a Wrap! - Showcasing the Archives Through Video

    • Date: August 29, 2013
    • Description: When I first applied for an internship at the Smithsonian Institution Archives, I admittedly did not know much about it. For my internship, I was asked to make a video that would explain to the general public what the Archives was, as well as what resources it could offer them. On my first day here I was told that the Archives held the records and history of the Smithsonian

  21. Webpage

    Discontinued Website

    • Date: October 7, 2011
    • Description: Access the official records of the Smithsonian Institution and learn about its history, key events, people, and research.

  23. Historic Pictures

    Anacostia Community Museum

    • Date: April 18, 2011
    • Description: The Anacostia Neighborhood Museum opened on September 15, 1967, in the historic Carver Theater in Anacostia, Washington, DC, as a “store-front museum” to reach underserved communities. In 1987, the museum relocated to a new building at 1901 Fort Place SE, Washington, DC. In 2006, it was renamed the Anacostia Community Museum. History of the Anacostia Community MuseumView

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