Happy Friday! Here's some fun news for the week.
From the State
Orlando, FL: Book artist Bea Nettles will be giving a talk at UCF on January 24th.
From the Country
Washington, D.C.: The National Archives has released inauguration letters from President Clinton and President Bush.
Washington, D.C.: The CIA has posted its Records Search Tool online, making 930,000 declassified documents public.
New York, NY: Holy moly, I want to visit the Carnegie Hall Archives!
Berkeley, CA: Work is underway at UC Berkeley to digitize wax cylinders from the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
West Long Branch, N.J.: Monmouth University has announced that it will establish The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music.
From the World
The CBC has started working on a project to preserve and catalog Indigenous language programming.
From the Blogosphere
I just listened to this podcast about Germany's hidden book vaults, and thought you all might find it interesting too: The Giftschrank on 99% Invisible.