A daguerreotype of a young Baltimore merchant, the first victim of a bitter, homicidal political era, resides in the Special Collections Research Center in Swem Library—a ghostly message from the past.
Recently, Kim Sims, university archivist, and Christina Luers, archives collections specialist, had a unique opportunity to view scientific artifacts at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) was a British artist and illustrator, famous for his portrayal of dogs.
Shayna Gutcho offers an introduction to Kwanzaa and related resources available at the SCRC.
Shayna Gutcho explains the history and traditions of Hanukkah through the resources available at SCRC.
Derek Vouri-Richard explores the history of New York media in this year's exhibition of the Nancy H. Marshall Collection.
Jenna Hershberger discusses our lantern slides of Mount Vernon and their importance in the archaeological and architectural research of the famed George Washington home.
Shayna Gutcho explains the importance of Transgender Day of Remembrance and shares some trans narratives available at SCRC.
Alissa “Ali” Zawoyski is William & Mary Libraries’ new University Archivist!