Orchids Under the Microscope
The Orchidaceous Plants of Franz Bauer and John Lindley
BHL Welcomes Our Newest Affiliate
Auckland Museum is the First BHL Partner in New Zealand
Labillardière and the Botany of the Levant
Exploring a Rare Book in BHL from Kew Gardens
Adriana Marroquin recently joined the BHL as the Field Notes Project Manager. This isn’t Adriana’s first time with the BHL or Smithsonian Libraries. She interned for the BHL and the Smithsonian Botany & Horticulture library after graduate school, and later worked as a library technician at the Anthropology, and American Art/Portrait Gallery libraries.
Get ready for a ghoulishly good time this October…Page Frights is coming! From 1-31 October, libraries, archives, and other cultural institutions around the world will be gearing up for Halloween by sharing spooky, creepy, or otherwise frightening books and images from their collections on social media using the hashtag #PageFrights. Follow along and join the conversation on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, and other social media sites.
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