InRetrospect: February Blogging Edition

Here’s a sampling of some of the highlights in the Library’s blogosphere from February.

  • Inside Adams: Science Technology & Business

Turf Wars on the Football Field

Jennifer Harbster debates the differences between natural and synthetic turf grass on the football field.

  •  In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog

In Memory of Patty Andrews and the Andrews Sisters

Chris Hartten and Mark Horowitz remember Andrews Sister front woman Patty Andrews.

  • In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress

Washington’s Farewell Address

Pres. George Washington gives advice to the new nation.

  • The Signal: Digital Preservation

After the Flood: Digital Art Recovery in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

A New York City art gallery documents recovery efforts after Hurricane Sandy.

  • Teaching with the Library of Congress

Frederick Douglass on Abraham Lincoln: The Writer and Abolitionist Remembers the President in Library of Congress Primary Sources

Library of Congress resources highlight friendship between Lincoln and Douglass.

  • Picture This: Library of Congress Prints & Photos

George Washington Carver: More Than a Name

What do the photographs tell you about the successful scientist, inventor and educator?

  • From the Catbird Seat: Poetry & Literature at the Library of Congress

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