I don’t know if you can see it all that well, but my office is pretty beige. A few years ago a friend of mine gave me this little tree with the ornaments and tree skirt. I think it adds some nice, if temporary, color.
When they had heard the king, they departed; and, lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was. When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy. (Matthew 2:1-10) During a recent staff meeting, I asked my colleagues for […]
James Swan entered American historical lore on December 16, 1773, when he and a few others participated in what became known as the Boston Tea Party, but he has a place in early U.S. business history as well. While I was doing some research for the Business of Congress blog post which featured “business” oriented […]
Julie Mangin, a network specialist, retired from the Library on November 3, 2011 after 32 years in the Federal Government. We thought it would be fitting to honor her in a Five Questions Retiree Edition, not just because her office was on the third floor of the Adams Building, but because she has helped our […]
You might find yourself this holiday season with extra food from gatherings with family and friends. You certainly do not want to let the food go to waste – so what do you do? How about turning your leftover food into a new tasty meal? Of course you can make classic soup and sandwiches from […]