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Five Questions for Manuscript Division Intern Lindsay Musil

Say Yes to (Born-Digital) Access! New Online Resource Guide: Accessing Born-Digital Manuscript Material

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“Nothing that you do…can fail to interest me”: Elizabeth Blackwell and Florence Nightingale Exchange Ideas on Women in Medicine

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Of Note: Reducing the Spread

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Grief and the Embossing Device: Anna Freud’s Dreams for Her Father’s Legacy

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Temperance and Suffrage Movement Collections Connections

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Made at the Library: Scandal and Intrigue in 1920s America, Crooked with Nathan Masters

Reintroducing the Foreign Copying Program Records

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Of Note: Frieda Fromm-Reichmann’s Carte d’Identité