Monday, October 08, 2018


The English word trove is etymologically related to the French trouver, which means "to find." A trove is a large find, a collection of many items, e.g., when we talk about a treasure trove.

Matt Van Volkenburg of the blog Gusts of Popular Feeling has a new post out that contains plenty of links for lovers of archives and easily accessible information. Go see his post (which also displays an interesting memorandum from 1971: "US-ROK relations have never been untroubled.") and click over to the "downloadable treasure trove" that his blog points to.

Happy researching!

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