Here are some of the newest additions to the National Museum of American History Library.
Alone together: why we expect more from technology and less from each other. Sherry Turkle. Basic Books, c2011.
HM851 .T86 2011
American property: a history of how, why, and what we own. Stuart Banner. Harvard University Press, 2011.
Lost property -- The rise of intellectual property -- A bundle of rights -- Owning the news -- People, not things -- Owning sound -- Owning fame -- From the tenement to the condominium -- The law of the land -- Owning wavelengths -- The new property -- Owning life -- Property resurgent -- The end of property?
KF562 .B36 2011
88: the giants of jazz piano, by Robert L. Doerschuk. Hal Leonard Pub., c2001.
On sound disc: Elite syncopations (Mary Lou Williams) (2:45) -- Cha Cha for Charlie (Dick Wellstood (4:21) -- My funny valentine (Dorothy Donegan) (4:27) -- Soflee (Roger Kellaway) (8:46) -- Donna Lee (Bill Charlap (3:27) -- What a little moonlight can do (Teddy Wilson) (4:04) -- Somebody stole my gal (Dave McKenna) (5:14) -- Boogie woogie on the St. Louis blues (Earl Hines) (6:31) -- What is this thing calles love (Adam Makowicz) -- Ain't misbehavin' (Willie "the Lion" Smith) (5:58) -- On, what a beautiful morning (Hank Jones) (4:56).
ML397 .D64 2001
Sticks 'n' skins: a photography book about the world of drumming featuring the photography of Fotos by Folletts and Lissa Wales, author Jules Follett. Fotos by Folletts, c2009.
ML1035 .F65 2009 NMAH CULTURAL HISTORY
Biographies in American ceramic art: 1870-1970. Ken Forster. Schiffer Pub., c2010.
NK4200 .F67 2010NMAH CERAMICS & GLASS
Alternative American ceramics, 1870-1955: the other American art pottery. Ken Forster. Schiffer Publishing, 2010.
A study of pottery not made for profit. Details recreational, therapeutic, governmental, philanthropic, academic, and other non-commercial programs in pottery.
NK4007 .F677 2010 NMAH CERAMICS & GLASS