InRetrospect: March Blogging Edition

While March may have “gone out like a lamb,” the Library’s blogosphere offered a wealth of great posts. Here’s just a sampling.

In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog

Sharon McKinley talks about musical scores belonged to the Blair family, a prominent family during the Civil War.

Inside Adams: Science, Technology & Business

Jennifer Harbster posts about Arthur C. Clarke, chairman of the British Interplanetary Society.

In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress

Former New Zealander Kelly Buchanan writes about the New Zealand-made condiment and some legal importation issues.

The Signal: Digital Preservation

How to get and keep your digital tax and financial files in order.

Teaching with the Library of Congress

A guide for students in exploring how humor in film changes over time.

Picture This: Library of Congress Prints & Photos

The Prints and Photographs Division spotlights an early 20th century photo of a bat roost.

Copyright Matters: Digitization and Public Access

Mike Burke reports on the digitization efforts of the Copyright Card Catalog.

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

Art intersects with poetry in Dill’s “Poem Dress.”

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