“Bet Arkeh” ܒܹܝܬ ܐܲܪ̈ܟܹܐ (pronounced Bet ER-keh) is the word for “library” in Neo-Aramaic.
I am a librarian, so the goal of this blog is to highlight different archives, libraries, and museums that I have visited, with the hopes that others will become interested in visiting these places as well, or at least learn more about them.
In 1925, Sidney N. Shure founded a company in Chicago that supplied radio parts. Eventually, the Shure Radio Company evolved into a company known for its high-quality microphones. In 1939, the company created a microphone known as the Unidyne, which eventually became its most iconic one. Not only did famous rock stars, such as Elvis … Continue reading Shure Inc. Archives
Even though museums, libraries, archives, etc. are currently closed throughout the majority of the world because of the Coronavirus, there are other ways to still visit historic places. Here are 5 historically noteworthy homes that are never open to the public anyway, but that you can drive and see from the outside if you are … Continue reading 5 Historically Noteworthy Homes in the Chicago Area
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