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Matthew B. Gilmore

Whither Washingtoniana–closes this week for three years…

… at least. Assuming there are no construction project overruns. Get your last research in this week!

No materials from the collection will be made available for at least several months after the March 4 closure, and then only on an extremely limited, appointment-only basis, part of the week (no weekends).

see: Limited access plans

Now will be a good time to acquaint ourselves with the wide variety of accessible research collections around Washington DC (and perhaps even beyond) and online.

I’ll post here materials as I develop them–suggestions gladly taken.

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One comment on “Whither Washingtoniana–closes this week for three years…

  1. Pingback: Washingtoniana re-opens (by appointment) at the Newseum on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 | Washington DC History Resources

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This entry was posted on February 27, 2017 by in DC Public Library, Washingtoniana.

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