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Amelia Earhart Deep Sea Diving off Block Island, 07/25/1929
From the series: Photographic File of the Paris Bureau of the New York Times, compiled ca. 1900 - ca. 1950. Records of the U.S. Information Agency, 1900 - 2003

According to the date, this photo was taken just 1 day after the pioneering aviatrix’s 32nd birthday (born July 24, 1897).

todaysdocument:

Amelia Earhart Deep Sea Diving off Block Island, 07/25/1929

From the series: Photographic File of the Paris Bureau of the New York Times, compiled ca. 1900 - ca. 1950. Records of the U.S. Information Agency, 1900 - 2003

According to the date, this photo was taken just 1 day after the pioneering aviatrix’s 32nd birthday (born July 24, 1897).

thesonicscrew:

GREATEST IMPROVISED LINE EVER

(Source: fifthharmony)

folksterlibrarian:

SO using this in my info literacy EVERYTHING this Fall.

folksterlibrarian:

SO using this in my info literacy EVERYTHING this Fall.

iowanaturalhistory:

#Throwback Thursday: Museum studies student in anatomical modeling class, c. 1950.
This bust of the Piltdown Man still sits in our office. The Piltdown man is a paleoanthropological hoax, claimed to be found in a gravel pit in Piltdown, England, in 1912 and presented as fossilized remains of an early human. In 1953 the specimen was proven to be a fake, the combination of an orangutan jaw and a modern human skull. Learn more here.

iowanaturalhistory:

#Throwback Thursday: Museum studies student in anatomical modeling class, c. 1950.

This bust of the Piltdown Man still sits in our office. The Piltdown man is a paleoanthropological hoax, claimed to be found in a gravel pit in Piltdown, England, in 1912 and presented as fossilized remains of an early human. In 1953 the specimen was proven to be a fake, the combination of an orangutan jaw and a modern human skull. Learn more here.

tangotori:

Audubon. Mourning Dove

tangotori:

Audubon. Mourning Dove

If you don’t label your sh-t, you can’t find your sh-t.

lolmythesis:

Library and Information Science

Read excerpt: www.academia.edu/7757239/Controlled_Vocabulary_Standards_for_Anthropological_Datasets

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