Western History & Genealogy Blog

Community Tuesday: Spring is in the air!
The trees are bloomin!
The trees are blooming and flowers are pushing their way up! Creating Your Community has a new Denver's Gardens & Urban Farms community so you can share your garden love with other garden lovers.
National Library Week
Bear Valley 1960's
 It's National Library Week.  Celebrate with some history!
Manuscript Monday: Antonia Brico
Manuscript Monday: Antonia Brico
This week Manuscript Mondays continues to celebrate Women’s History Month with collections featuring symphony conductor Antonia Brico.
Manuscript Monday: Muriel Sibell Wolle
Manuscript Monday: Muriel Sibell Wolle
March is Women’s History Month, and this week’s Manuscript Monday features a collection from painter, designer, photographer, explorer, teacher, and historian, Muriel Sibell Wolle.  Read on!
Ghosts in the Library
Portrait of a woman
We’re telling ghost stories in the scan lab at work this morning. There have been so many spooky library incidents!
Manuscript Monday: Bernice's Bears
Manuscript Monday: Bernice's Bears
It is a beautiful Monday in Denver, and this week Manuscript Monday has some of us coming out of hibernation.
Manuscript Monday: Clarence & Fairfax Holmes
Manuscript Monday: Clarence & Fairfax Holmes
Good day to everyone in the blogosphere.  Manuscript Mondays is back just in time to celebrate Black History Month with the Clarence and Fairfax Holmes papers.  Read on!  
Hang Out With the Beats
Hang Out With the Beats
Remember when WHG taught you how to talk like a beatnik?  This post will point you in the right direction to hang out in all the beat hot spots in Denver.
Open For Business
snowy
Fear not, unwavering researchers!  DPL is open, and WHG librarians are waiting to help YOU!
Exhibit: Personal Geographies
Exhibit: Personal Geographies
 Come see "Personal Geographies", the new exhibit of maps on display in Western History & Genealogy.