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Resources for Visual Sources: Using Library of Congress Archives in the Classroom 

This guide was created by Anne Hays and Leanora Lange for Alexander Pope and Timothy Patterson's course "Visual Sources: Using Library of Congress Archives in the Classroom." Contents LoC American Memory Collections Classroom Materials at the LoC Using the LoC Digital Archives Creatively Other Collections Visiting an Archive in Person Library of Congress American Memory …

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Building Our Legacy Together: Eliminate The Unnecessary 

"The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak." --Hans Hofmann An archive is a purposefully-assembled collection of records intended to tell a story to future researchers. Emptying file drawers into an archive actually inhibits the effectiveness of the archive by obstructing access to key documents with a surfeit …

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Digital Collections – University of Minnesota 

I thought I would re-purpose a post I wrote for my personal Pressible site, Librophile. I wanted to share some of the digital collections openly available through my alma mater, the University of Minnesota.


Reposted from Librophile. Written by addie.

I really enjoyed my undergraduate experience at the University of Minnesota, and I am proud of my public school education. Situated in the middle of Minneapolis, straddling the Mississippi River, the U of M campus is one of the largest in the country. In fact, the school is so large that there is an additional …

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