Discovered 5 Entries

Digitizing Storefront's Archive for Web-based Public Access

Storefront is not a collecting institution. All material held in its archive has been generated by the organization’s programs and activities dating from Storefront’s founding in 1982. The archive contains 115 c.f. of records, and has been arr...

International Whistleblowing Archive

Together, the above projects advance the public interest in transparency and accountability by aiding whistleblowers in their fight against secrecy; preserving a more complete record for historians and journalists; educating legislators and voters...

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Obituaries and unprocessed news clippings from The Works Progress Administration Index and Clipping bureau collection at Washington State University.

The obituaries and newspaper articles were collected and organized in the late 1930s by workers on a Works Progress Administration project. Sponsored by Washington State College "The Index and Clipping Bureau" was established to collect and preser...

The Snyder-Hadlock Archive Digitization and Access Project

The two collections, donated in memory of their respective researchers, contain information relating to non-renewable cultural and historical resources and are unavailable elsewhere. Unique and unpublished, these resources will be made digitally ...

Digitizing the collection of papers and artifacts pertaining to the history of Norwood, Massachusetts and continuing the work of local resident Fred Holland Day to narrate this history.

The collection consists of items housed in the Fred Holland Day House (including that structure itself), and all items belong to the Norwood Historical Society. Day’s notes on local history and Norwood families are the core of this collection, a...