Archive for category: Historic

curiosities in the library of congress

curiosities in the library of congress

we are moving this weekend and i am doing a great job of avoiding my packing duties by randomly searching on the LOC website..             and my favorite of the evening:    

library find of the day – moving

library find of the day – moving

We found a place in Prospect Heights, its bigger, has an amazing kitchen and hubby will have his own room (though I know this already, the secret to a successful relationship may be a room of ones on AND a bathroom of ones own – sorry Virginia, but really this […]

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i <3 libraries!

and i always have and i always will.. drop me off at one and pick me up in a few days and i’ll be just fine. i went to a small liberal arts school, and even ‘majoring’ in photography (there were no official majors – focusing, i should say, it […]

Virginia.. Women.. War..

Virginia.. Women.. War..

Yesterday Teresa Lewis was executed in Virginia by lethal injection. This has been big in the news for the past week and undoubtedly, will probably be buried and lost within a few days. Most people I am sure read these kinds of stories and despite whatever political view, come up […]