For this month’s special artifact, I have selected one of the pieces from our scrimshaw collection.
From time to time we have to participate in what I have nicknamed “boat shoving” or moving boats around in our warehouse or International Small Craft Center.
The hours are winding down here at the Library as we get ready to close for the Thanksgiving holiday until Monday, December 2nd.
This post is coming out a little later than I wanted it to, but we have had a very busy few weeks here in the lab. We had some outdoor projects to finish before the weather turned cold.
As some people may have heard, we recently opened a new exhibition…in our bathrooms!
A recent acquisition offers a look at one way the USS Monitor entered into popular culture after the historic Battle at Hampton Roads in March 1862.
150 years ago today, the following words were spoken.
While we have a lot of beautiful and serious posters, I decided to focus this week on some of the posters that give me a good chuckle, whether they be rhymes from the shipyard to encourage workers
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