Frank Pagliaro ’14 and history professor Alexandra Garbarini are developing a digital archive of images to illustrate history.
A curious artifact at the Williams College Museum of Art regains its humanity and its place in history.
Imagine holding in your hands a piece of the rope used to hang the man who assassinated President James A. Garfield in 1882. Or a handwritten letter Ephraim Williams’ sister wrote after his death in 1755, describing her brother’s wounds in great detail and decrying the French and Indian War. In the Williams College Museum of