Laura Kells is a Senior Archives Specialist in the Manuscript Division’s Preparation Section and has worked as a processing archivist at the Library of Congress since 1991. She holds an MA in American Studies from the University of Iowa and an MLS from Rutgers University.
Most Recent Posts
- “Great Elocutionary Power and Dramatic Force”: George Kennan’s Lectures on Russia as Reported in American Newspapers, 1889-1893 May 26th, 2022
- Behind the Scenes: Helping Letters Tell a Story May 12th, 2022
- “My Hamilton”: Philip Schuyler, Alexander Hamilton, and Yellow Fever May 5th, 2022
- Of Note: Lessons from a Director’s Chair February 3rd, 2022
- Behind the Scenes: Good Things Come in All Kinds of Packages January 20th, 2022
- “Homeward We Our Cycles Turned from Wandering in an Unknown Land”: Wilbur Wright’s account of a bicycle ride by the Wright Brothers October 28th, 2021