On Wednesday, the archivist who works in the reading room insisted on taking a second photo of me.  She thinks it is funny that I wear fingerless gloves.  So here I am bundled up and showing off the gloves.  Last week the heat wasn’t working properly; it was so cold that I had to wear my coat while I was working.   Fortunately, this week the reading room is once again just chilly rather than frigid.

I am diligently working my way through the files on my inventory list.  Right now I am focusing on a group of students who posted signs throughout Vilnius on May 14, 1974 calling on Lithuanian youth to remember Kalanta and to fight for Lithuania’s separation from the Soviet Union.  Which means more KGB interrogation statements to read…

Keeping warm!

Keeping warm!

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