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    Tracing Inheritance in the Hungerford Deed

    The Hungerford Deed split an inherited estate between two sisters—but what do we know about those properties? We’ve dug deep into one of them here.
    During this period of extended telework, I have turned from my normal conservation treatments to digital efforts, including research into the Hungerford Deed, and have learned a staggering amount of fascinating information. In various posts on the The...

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    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Judith Blake

    Each week, the Archives features a woman who has been a groundbreaker at the Smithsonian, past or present, in a series titled Wonderful Women Wednesday.
    Dr. Judith Blake was a biological technician between 1989 and 1991 and a scientific program administrator between 1991 and 1993 at the Molecular Systematics Laboratory, part of Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History....

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    Dear Diary…

    Ellen Alers
    The Smithsonian Institution Archives has a lot of diaries.  And they offer researchers a glimpse into the daily lives of scientists doing their work in the field and sometimes the joy and tragedy of family life.
    Diary, noun: a daily record of events or experiences....

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    Archives Puzzles: Kicking Back Like It’s 1880

    This season, have a little fun with images from our collections that have been designated as open access. Anyone can now download, transform, share, and reuse millions of images as part of Smithsonian Open Access.
    Each Monday, sit back, relax, and ease into the work week with puzzles created from images in our collections that have been designated as open access. Anyone can now download, transform, share, and reuse these images as part of Smithsonian Open Access...

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