Four years after the initial design process began, the National Museum of Natural History Library showed off its new home to over 170 guests. Folks poured in to see the new space and attend the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Mary Augusta Thomas and I, Nancy Gwinn, went to Panama this week to visit our library at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Center. We saw the renovated library reading space, where extra more »
The James Smithson Bicentennial Medal was presented for conveyance to Claude Lévi-Strauss, who has been called the “father of modern anthropology,” on June 24, 2009 when he was 100 years more »
Angela N. Haggins, Librarian for the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Library (SERC), located in Edgewater, Maryland, has compiled a brief, select bibliography of the publications of Eva J. Pell, the more »
The invention of the telephone has a fraught and complicated history, but in spite of legal challenges and controversy, most can comfortably credit Alexander Graham Bell with its creation. On more »
The Libraries hosts many interns and researchers during the course of the year. It is always nice to hear that someone has had a great experience, both with our staff more »