ECW Weekender: Libraries!

Raise your hand if you purposely plan a stop at the library during your “pre-winter storm” errand trip! One of our editors has admitted to that, and we’re pretty sure others do the same because there’s nothing quite like staying cozy at home when a snow day hits.

This got us thinking about libraries and why we love them, so it seemed like the perfect moment to dig back into the ECW archives and pull out some posts about special libraries and archives across the country and research moments. Maybe one is “in your backyard” or maybe you’ll want to plan a special trip for later in the year.

We can think of a few more libraries and archives that we need to write about. And we’d love to hear about your favorite library and why it’s at the top of your list…

Visit Your Local Library (and Set Some Goals)

The Huntington Library

ECW Weekender: The Virginiana Collection at the Central Rappahannock Regional Library

Lincoln Memorial Shrine & Research Library

Mr. Jefferson’s Library: “A Necessity of Life”

A Needle in a Stack of Needles: Researching the Miscellaneous Medical Records Files at the National Archives

Saving History Saturday: President Lincoln’s Bible Donated to the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

Ulysses S. Grant’s Long Road from Donelson to Lowell (Pollard Memorial Library)

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