What is your money worth—and how do you know?
As I was going through condition reporting The Anti-Gallican Monitor and Anti-Corsican Chronicle, a weekly newspaper published in London from 1811-1815, I noticed on every front page, in the lower right corner, an inked handstamp.
If you weren't aware yet, Hagley has been slowly digitizing the objects in our museum collections and putting them online. Along the way, it has given us a chance to consider the way in which we catalog the objects in our collection.
The arrival of an email announcing back-to-school specials on library goods signaled the end of summer vacation. I sense that “the most wonderful time of the year” is upon us!
The Hagley Library is excited to announce a new digital collection of the Business Screen Magazine, a publication for filmmakers and distributors of industrial films covering a period from 1938 to 1973.
How did you learn about the solar eclipse on August 21? Was it on the radio? In the newspaper? On TV? The internet or social media? From a friend? If you had lived two hundred years ago, how might you have heard?
This month we present The Impulse Payoff, a 30 minute film sponsored by the DuPont Company and produced by the Jam Handy Corporation.