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Field Notes Archival Envelopes

Field Notes Archival Envelopes: Hi, my name is Thomas and this tutorial is going to be about making archival envelopes for the wonderful little things that are Field Notes. I wanted a nice way to store my Field Notes for extended periods of time. An envelope seemed like a good way…

Collections from the Department of Invertebrate Zoology are displayed at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History. Invertebrate Zoology Staff present: Paul Greenhall, Robert Hershler, Ellen Strong, Jerry Harasewych, and Linda Cole.

Inside the bowels of the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC you'll find something amazing. Classified, labelled, and impeccably

Mobile Genealogy Apps - Apps for Desktop Genealogy Software - Genealogy & History News

These days you can take your genealogy data with you on your smartphone or tablet. But what is available? And what works with what? That's the question I hope to answer for you today and there is a whole range of mobile genealogy software apps available.

See Things Differently | Nomadic Decorator

Here’s a motley little crew of inspiration images. They scrolled across my screen on Pinterest, and each made me stop and look longer than average. Maybe you’ll find surprising new ways of seeing things here too … I’ve written a few business plans the conventional conforming way, but I really wish to write one that … Continue reading "See Things Differently"

Periodicals as Collections, No. 2: bauhaus – Letterform Archive

Our survey of avant-garde periodicals continues with a closer look at the Bauhaus’s magazine on the school’s 100th birthday.

Women Enjoy The Benefits Of A Heated Whirlpool In Saint Petersburg, Florida, 1973

A picture might be worth a thousand words but National Geographic photos leave us speechless. Known for their captivating daily pictures, they also offer an opportunity to dive into the photo archives of previously unpublished or forgotten works.