Live! at the Library: Reflections from the Past, Present and Future with Mosaic Theater

This guest post is by Adrienne Cannon, historian of African American history and culture in the Manuscript Division. On September 22, 2022, the Manuscript Division partnered with the Exhibits Office and Mosaic Theater to present Live! at the Library: Reflections from the Past, Present and Future with Mosaic Theater. A recording of the event is […]

Libraries, Self-Determination, and Collaboration: Virginia Mathews and the 1978 White House Preconference on Indian Library & Information Services

In 1978, Native American library professionals from across the country gathered for the first time to hash out their visions for tribal libraries. The papers of Osage literacy advocate Virginia H. Mathews document the significance of that meeting in the history of Native librarianship.

Celebrating Georgia O’Keeffe’s Birthday with New Discoverability in the O’Keeffe-Stieglitz Digitized Papers at the Library of Congress

In honor of Georgia O’Keeffe’s November 15 birthday, transcriptions are now available in the Manuscript Division’s online Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz collection, allowing researchers to delve into the digitized documents in new ways.