Hidden in Plain Sight: Notable Art at the National Library of Medicine

The National Library of Medicine is where millions of people go for medical information every day. It’s also a physical place where hundreds of people work and thousands of people from all over the world visit for tours and programs throughout the year.

But how many people really see what’s around them as they walk the halls and grounds of this storied institution?

Here’s a look at some features and artwork in and around the two buildings that comprise the National Library of Medicine, plus an extra photo that’s not of NLM.

Can you recognize the outlier?

NLM in Focus thanks Steve Greenberg in NLM’s History of Medicine Division, who provided these images. NLM in Focus is a product of the NLM Office of Communications and Public Liaison. You’re invited to subscribe to receive word of future articles. We welcome your comments, likes, and shares.

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