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Tuesday Tips for a Long Hot Summer

Here in Georgia we are heading into our usual long, hot summer, picnics and barbecues, lemonade and iced tea. Maybe these newer tidbits of information below can keep you working in a nice cool place indoors as you explore them.  I’ve discovered new-to-me photo collections both near and far, as well as news about Georgia […]

Thinking Tuesday – Tips for Researchers

Postcard image (cropped) of Market Square, Washington, Georgia, 1880s, printed later and published by Slaton-Green Drug Co.; collection of Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, LC-DIG-ppmsca-12322   Another of my shorter posts with some (I hope) good, useful ideas. You will find a bit of the old (nineteenth century) and more of the new (mid-twentieth […]

Tuesday Tips for the New Year: Research News You Can Use in 2014

The Infant Photography Giving the Painter an Additional Brush, about 1856 albumen print by Oscar Gustave Rejlander (British, b. Sweden); Digital image courtesy of the Getty’s Open Content Program  Greetings, and happy new year’s eve –  I thought the Infant Photography was a fine symbol announcing the arrival of 2014. I will close the year 2013 […]