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Roosevelt wearing a suit with a bowtie sits at a desk with some open papers in front of him along with a microphone to speak into and a phone off to the right side

That First Fireside Chat was All About the Banks

Posted by: Ellen Terrell

Cover illustration from The Ebony Cookbook: A Date with a Dish, 1962.

(Re)Discovering Freda De Knight and Her 1948 Cookbook, “A Date with a Dish”

Posted by: Nate Smith

Save the Date International Women's Day Library of Congress Washington DC, March 8 2023 9:30am to 12:00pm

International Women’s Day Symposium at the Library of Congress, March 8

Posted by: Natalie Burclaff

The constellation Orion, as shown by Alessandro Piccolomini in De la Stelle Fisse.

Alessandro Piccolomini: Guide to the Stars

Posted by: Nate Smith

Photograph of a bowl of yellow nance with fresh epazote. Photograph courtesy of Michelle Cadoree Bradley, Feb. 2023

My Favorite Pre-Hispanic Indigenous Foods

Posted by: Jennifer Harbster

Photograph shows a group of founding members of the Niagara Movement superimposed over an image showing Niagara Falls in the background

Webinar Feb. 8 on African Americans in Business: Doing Historical Company Research

Posted by: Natalie Burclaff

portrait photograph with the caption "Cor. Sec. Woman's National Baptist Convention, Louisville, KY" she is wearing a pleated blouse with a brooch at the neck and her hair pulled up

Nannie Helen Burroughs and her “most creditable work”

Posted by: Ellen Terrell

sheet showing eight different scenes including: with oysters and win, with a lobster and fish; with ham; with two women and scales; one with with a stereotype Asian man and woman and a box with tea spilling out; with a stereotype Asian man and a box of trade goods; with fine china; with fancy glass; with women's clothes and toiletries; with a an apothecary with medicines; with jewelry; with books and paper

Trade Cards and Making an Impression

Posted by: Ellen Terrell