Monthly Archives: April 2012

How the collections framed my Thesis

My Master’s Thesis, The Sacrifices of the American Textile Industry and the Common Good, uses the collections of Butler Derrick and Ernest Fritz Hollings to describe how protective legislation for the textile industry can be understood as for the protection of the common good. Continue reading

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Calling all researchers-National Archives Legislative Fellowship

Do you have legislative research needs in D.C.? Do you need $$? Keep reading. Continue reading

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Day of celebrations

What did we do this morning? Well…for a half hour there was no archiving to be found. Continue reading

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Catesby’s Page Turning

Katharine’s morning as a Rare Books special assistant… Continue reading

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