Last week was the 2020 round of #ColorOurCollections (hosted by the New York Academy of Medicine Library), when cultural heritage institutions make available coloring pages of their materials for everyone to enjoy. The official #ColorOurCollections week may be over, but of course you can still color whenever the mood strikes you! You’ll find all our coloring books in the Digital Library collection Paper Crafts.
Here are some masterpieces from this year’s #ColorOurCollections week:
“New York Family Story Paper” illustration colored by Beaudry Allen (Preservation & Digital Archivist).
“Ardmore Chronicle, Special Suffrage Issue (May 1, 1915)” colored by Laura Bang (Distinctive Collections Librarian).
“Comfort (October 1910)” colored by Rebecca Oviedo (Distinctive Collections Coordinator).
“The Gentlewoman (July 1917)” colored by Liz Alix (Falvey friend).
“The People’s Home Journal (July 1899)” colored by Liz Alix (Falvey friend).
“The Meadow-Brook Girls Afloat” colored by Liz Alix (Falvey friend).