Vogue Archive: American Vogue from 1892 to today
Poet Emily Dickinson Was A Much Loved Baker
Librarians from Houghton discuss Emily Dickinson's black cake and her history with cooking on NPR's Morning Edition.
Devils in the Details
For the Harvard Law School Library team digitizing the Nuremberg documents, some have had "a haunting effect."
Four Centuries of Honor and Prestige
“To Serve Better Thy Country” assembles letters, photographs, and objects that show Harvard affiliates’ tradition of military service from the earliest years of our country to today.
A Trove of Beautiful Books
The Wall Street Journal reviews the "extraordinary new exhibition" Beyond Words: Illuminated Manuscripts in Boston Collections, now on view at Houghton Library.
Houghton Expands Offerings With Spanish Collection
Houghton Library has expanded its historical documents collection with the donation of the José Maria Castañé collection, which features artifacts from the 20th century.
The Sweep of Jazz History
Pianist and composer Randy Weston visited campus on the eve of Harvard acquiring his personal archive.