It’s the merry month of May, whose name is derived from the goddess Maia. Maia oversees all growth and increase in nature. The National Air and Space Museum Library has also seen an increase in its book holdings this month with some interesting new titles.
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Anyone who thinks that poetry and aviation are like oil and water would be incorrect. The National Air and Space Museum Library has more than a few poetry books containing beautiful poems about aviation, airplanes, flight and more.
Cherry blossoms are not the only thing blooming in the Washington DC area. The month of April has sprouted some blooms in the National Air and Space Museum Library in the form of new book titles.
The March winds have blown in some fascinating new acquisitions to the National Air and Space Museum Library.
March is designated as Women’s History Month. This is the time when schools, museums and libraries focus on programs that showcase the numerous achievements and accomplishments of women throughout history.
Continuing the air and space theme from yesterday, here are the National Air and Space Museum Library’s new book acquisitions for February 2010.
Elizabeth “Bessie” Coleman, born in Texas in 1892, was the first female African American pilot, and the first African American to obtain an international pilot’s license.