The Smithsonian Institution Libraries (SIL) has a “hidden collection” of artists’ books that is underused by researchers and the public. Artists’ books are diverse in form and concept, making them difficult to define.
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The Libraries has a list of American Women’s History Resources with links to many interesting items, including the National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection at the Library of Congress, which includes items of the famous suffragette.
I was privileged recently to represent the Smithsonian Institution at an organizational meeting of the new National Digital Stewardship Alliance, which is a follow-on group to the Library of Congress’s NDIIP (National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program).
The Preservation Department is pleased to welcome our new conservator Katie Wagner, who joined us October 25th.
This post has been inspired by last month's wonderful post from the Smithsonian Archives, Records and Information Management Month: The Librarian, which features a wider discussion of libraries’ information management more »