A group of students observe and point at a microfilm reader.

Citizen Historians, U.S. Newspapers, and the History of the Holocaust

This article is from the Winter 2019 issue of History News, AASLH's quarterly…


A row of archival shelving.

Book Review: Digital Preservation Essentials

This review originally appeared in the Spring 2018 issue of History News.…


New Website Launched: 300 Journeys into Indiana's Past

AASLH Member Since 1941 The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) has launched its…


Shaker Museum│Mount Lebanon Creates Digital Archive of Historic Photographs

AASLH Member Since 2001 The Shaker Museum│Mount Lebanon has launched a newly…


Going Postal: Postcards as Local History

As a student, it isn’t very often that your projects go beyond the classroom…


Built for Speed

Archives aren’t exactly designed for speed. But as I read recently about the…


Nathaniel L. Stebbins Maritime Photograph Collection Digitized at NEDCC

AASLH Member Since 1982 The Nathaniel L. Stebbins collection, one of Historic…


Abby Kelley Foster Papers Available Online

Worcester Historical Society, AASLH Member Since 1984 The American Antiquarian…