| 391. How Many Archivists Can You Fit into Washington, D.C.? |
Each year library and archives staff have the opportunity to attend professional conferences where we advance our learning, engage with colleagues from around the world, and in general recharge. I always return from these meetings invigorated with new ideas to apply to the museum archives.
|392. The Love Affair of Ruth and Sherman Lee|
|393. Vincent and Jackie|
|394. Introducing Lisa Gretchko, Technical Services Assistant|
| 395. Rodin, Degas and Italian models in 19th Century Paris. Read all about it in the Ingalls Library! |
The Ingalls Library receives an astounding 1,200 periodical titles, many of which feature articles about the museum and its collections, history, and activities as well as articles written by museum staff.
| 396. Digitizing CMA History One Negative at a Time |
The Ingalls Library and Museum Archives makes its rare and unique items and collections accessible to a global audience in digital format.
|397. Gift Books from around the Globe|
|398. The Legacy of Louis Comfort Tiffany in Cleveland|
|399. Ingalls Library Book Sale|
|400. Rania Matar at the Transformer Station|