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  • 2 months

    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Effie Kapsalis

    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.
    Digital strategist Effie Kapsalis was dedicated to building bridges between Smithsonian collections and audiences. In a Smithsonian career spanning nearly twenty years, Effie mobilized her colleagues to share more diverse stories, break down barriers...

  • 4 months

    Hot Topics in Archival Research, Fall 2022

    Deborah Shapiro
    We're highlighting a few topics explored by Smithsonian Institution Archives researchers this fall.
    Vicarious research is one of the great joys of the reference desk at the Smithsonian Institution Archives. From our front-row (well, only-row) seat outside the reading room, we catch tantalizing glimpses of our patrons’ manifold research topics....

  • 5 months

    The Women Behind the "Field to Factory" Exhibition

    Frederica Adelman, Director, Smithsonian Associates
    During her long career with the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Service (SITES) between 1987 and 2013, the author worked closely with the museums that hosted Field to Factory. She connected the more than fifty museums with the Smithsonian, with local...

  • 5 months

    Coffee, tea or mold?

    For National Coffee Day, we share the eye-opening conservation of a damaged field book authored by the champion of the Smithsonian Bird Friendly Coffee program.
    We’re lucky that our interns love coffee, because for this summer’s final project, I selected Russell Greenberg’s Field notes, Xalapa and Chiapas, Mexico, 2001 for a full conservation treatment. If you’ve not had your morning cup yet, you may be wondering...

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