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Struggling to Preserve: Washington DC’s Archives and Public Records Office

| July 15, 2015

By Matthew B. Gilmore

Thirty years after its foundation, the DC Office of Public Records struggles to preserve the records of the District of Columbia government.

A Flight and A Flood: National Memorials of Western Pennsylvania

| June 30, 2015

Living along the shore, with so much history within a few hours distance, it is sometimes easy to forget just how many monuments, memorials, and museums are in places further afield such as upstate New York or western Pennsylvania. Indeed,

Vergara’s Harlem: The Capital of Black America in Transition

| June 10, 2015

By Howard Gillette

In the twenty years since his landmark book, The New American Ghetto, appeared, the New York-based photographer Camilo Jose Vergara’s role in bringing the face of inner city life to wide public attention has brought him considerable acclaim.

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