Maps of Mays from years past
Our new video interactive takes you on a tour of historic objects that you can control yourself
Our map bot found some treasure buried at the post office
In a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical and a Covarrubias anthropological map, portrayals of ethnic diversity raise questions about images and stereotypes
The curator of the MacLean Collection examines graphic representations of urban Japan from the Tokugawa period
A selection of maps from Aprils past 💐
An archaeologist at the Andersonville prison camp describes how a map from the LMEC collections helped solve a puzzle about history
Tonight we're diving into our recently digitized Boston Redevelopment Authority Collection with a Map Show and Tell event—here's a sneak peek of a map that we'll look at
Monopoly: an exciting and fun way to look at mapping a city, or an insidious history of commodification and segregation?
How much of Boston's present-day property value would have been underwater in 1630?