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Celebration Days in May

From the Indy 500 to Mother’s Day and Memorial Day, May contains many celebratory days. In addition, the Tuesday of …

Are We Related?: Watson

As I continue this monthly blog series, I have expanded my surname reach beyond the Indiana Historical Society’s Archives and …

Oops! I’m Reading Again: National Get Caught Reading Month

As we continue our series exploring fun celebratory months noted within the National Day Calendar, I couldn’t help but pick …

Part II: The Creator of Eliot Rosewater

Hopefully, you’ve read my previous blog about the Rosie Books and what they mean to me. So, let’s explore who …

Maps: Tools to Enhance Understanding and Bring Research Alive

  A good map provides an understanding of a place or region that words cannot convey. Added to deep research and …

Are We Related?: Goss

When I approached our department’s fearless leader, Suzanne, I had no idea that leadership and prominence ran in the family. …

Part I: What Rosie Books Mean to Me

As an introvert, I found myself reading books more than playing as I grew up. I have been a library …

Celebration Days in April

Along with more popular holidays like April Fool’s Day and Earth Day, April also has some lesser-known, yet still noteworthy, …

The Headwear Information Bureau’s National Straw Hat Month

Though previously unaware of the Headwear Information Bureau (HIB) prior to finding out that April is National Straw Hat Month, …

Discovering Notre Dame’s Latin American Students, est. 1851

In 2021 I wrote about the history of Cinco de Mayo in the United States which led to my discovery …

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