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What We’re Reading: July 29, 2010 Edition - American Historical Association
Our timely links this week include an obituary for broadcaster Daniel Schorr, the first declassification report from the National Declassification Center, news on the 20th anniversary of the ADA, the re-release of Senator Byrd's musical album, a brief history of data visualization, and a new site for creating courses. If you're looking for a good read this summer check out NPR's list of historical fiction. Finally, check out our collection of image-related links, including the Library of Congress' Great Depression color photographs, Harvard Law School Library's legal portraits, food posters from World Wars I and II, and some historic D.C. photos. Article By: Elisabeth Grant and Vernon Horn