An interview with Kelly O’Donnell PhD on her NLM History Talk and her research on mid-20th century women’s auxiliary organizations in medicine.
By James Labosier ~ Read previous posts in this series: “The Henkel Family in the Shenandoah: Medical Heritage” and “The Henkel Family in the Shenandoah:
By James Labosier ~ Read the first post in this series: “The Henkel Family in the Shenandoah: Medical Heritage.” War takes hold of everyday life
By James Labosier ~ Imagine a book co-written by many members of the same family over two or three generations; sons, daughters, and cousins contributing
By Sarah Eilers ~ The 1942 film A Child Went Forth is charming, reassuring, earthy, poetic. In the opening black and white sequence, young children
By Danielle Calle and Sarah Eilers ~ The film A Question of Justice documents in powerful images and words the work of female attorneys and
By Sarah Eilers ~ The National Library of Medicine has a rich new set of digital resources for researchers interested in the history of global
By Sarah Eilers ~ This year, the Historical Audiovisuals Program at the National Library of Medicine (NLM), with support from the Exhibition Program, digitally preserved