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Folk Life Collections breathing air into primary documentation.
Preconference Workshop 2 – Thursday – “Chronicling America” Library of Congress Collections As I found my way to the second pre conference workshop based on folklore and special collections at the Library of Congress, what a revelation! The American Life … Continue reading
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