Laura Williams
Greenwich Village History Blog

Link to biographical blog post [https://greenwichvillagehistory.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/laura-williams/]
Link to first blog post [http://greenwichvillagehistory.wordpress.com/2014/09/30/guidebooks-a-useful-resource/]
Link to second blog post [http://greenwichvillagehistory.wordpress.com/2014/11/04/the-mayor-of-macdougal-street-vs-inside-llewyn-davis/#comment-560]

Evernote

Link to your shared Greenwich Village research folder [https://www.evernote.com/pub/lhw262/greenwichvillage]
Link to your blog post on Evernote [http://https://greenwichvillagehistory.wordpress.com/2014/11/16/researching-with-evernote-2/]

Digital Archive

Objects related to MacDougal Street, between Bleecker and West 3rd, and the 1960s folk music revival. Items include photographs of businesses and musicians, audio files, and folk music documents. Archive collection also includes excerpts from Greenwich Village guidebooks that discuss businesses on MacDougal Street.

Objects related to my blogs and web exhibit, which will be about drinking culture and historic and/or relevant bars in Greenwhich Village. The archive already contains a lot of objects about Chumley's, McSorley's, White Horse Tavern, and the Stonewall Inn, so I will mostly look for objects about different bars.

Web Exhibit

My exhibition will focus on the section of MacDougal Street between Bleecker and West 3rd, and its relationship to the folk revival scene of the 1960s.

I will look at the section of MacDougal Street between West 3rd Street and Bleecker Street-both its history and as it is today-to discover why it is such a popular place for tourists and New Yorkers alike.

Link to your Research Question wikipage
Add a link to the exhibit. [http://http://gvh.aphdigital.org/exhibits/show/macdougalstreet]

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