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RT @SeaportMuseum: Another one of our favorite #ArchivesAwesomeWomen is Lucille Gewirtz, a real-life "Rosie the Riveter," who was a ship fi…
RT @USNatArchives: Step right up for the next thrilling #ArchivesHashtagParty theme! On Friday, July 1, be prepared to behold a day of da…
This sounds like #ArchivesFun! We're getting things ready for next week's #ArchivesHashtagParty,… https://t.co/NSEhhQJK0r
Step right up for the next thrilling #ArchivesHashtagParty theme! On Friday, July 1, be prepared to behold a day… https://t.co/Dr9u9HYKnH
Another Sci-Fi Friday is here! Come check out these books in the archives! #Archiveshashtagparty #archivesareyouhttps://t.co/Wh7Ty1pEMf
RT @NYHistory: 🦋 Early bird gets the worm! 🪱 Maria Sibylla Merian was the 1st woman to make a journey to the Americas for scientific purpo…
RT @archivesfdn: While technically not a family *tree*, this document is just so pretty we couldn't resist posting. This family register wa…
RT @WAStateArchives: We❤️trees in WA. You know who doesn't love trees in WA? Volcanoes. 🌋 42 years ago in May 1980, the volcanic eruption o…
RT @ssuarchives: It was difficult to choose just one photograph for this month's #ArchivesHashtagParty which is #ArchivesTrees. We have so…
RT @CarterLibrary: Sharing this #MonkeypodTree Sculpture of President Carter for #ArchivesTrees today. The carving is from The Monkey Pod T…
RT @TheWadsworth: For #ArchivesTrees we dug up this image of the old Washington Elm! Legend has it, #GeorgeWashington stopped under the tre…
RT @NewberryLibrary: This #ArchivesHashtagParty almost stumped us. But we found a way to join the #ArchivesTrees party AND shamelessly plug…
RT @CarterLibrary: Although we don’t have live #trees in the museum collection, we have a variety of sculptures and objects made from beaut…
RT @USNatArchives: Marie Curie received the #NobelPeacePrize in physics in 1903. She is the first person and only woman to win the prize…
RT @AmAntiquarian: Reuse and recycle! This unusual little almanac from 1793 exemplifies these practices with the over-marbled waste sheets…

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