Discovered 13 Entries

Fry Collection of Italian History and Culture

The Fry Collection of Italian History and Culture has been assembled and donated by William F. “Jack” Fry, professor emeritus of physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It includes manuscripts and correspondence, broadsides, printed epheme...

The Sage of the Osage: Cataloging the Library of Thomas M. Johnson

The earliest volumes which make up the library were acquired by Thomas M. Johnson prior to his arrival in Osceola in August of 1879. However, collecting efforts most likely accelerated during the last two decades of the 1800s when he began indepen...

Custom House Maritime Museum Digitization Project

The core of the collection was gifted to the museum by the Historical Society of Olde Newbury, when the museum opened in 1975. The core collection consists of most of the original Newburyport Marine Society items, collected globally by its member...

The Midwest Organic Tools Database: An Online 3D Comparative Collection of a Hidden Archaeological Resource

The materials are prehistoric tools made of bone, antler, teeth, mussel shell, and turtle shell. Most were recovered from lengthy excavations (1971-1988) by DSNH at SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park in Dayton, Ohio. SunWatch (formerly ...

Applied Anthropology Laboratories, Department of Anthropology, Ball State University

Digitizing Boston's Archaeological Heritage in the Cradle of Freedom

The African Meeting House, Paul Revere House, Faneuil Hall, and Boston Common assemblages represent the archaeological evidence of Boston and the Nation’s struggle for independence, identity and freedom. The approximately 185,000 artifacts and ...

Robert H. Ruby Papers

The Ruby collection recounts many of the experiences of the Native American tribes of the Pacific Northwest and the Oglala Lakota people of South Dakota. Dr. Robert H. Ruby’s research occurred between 1953 and 2010. Tribal histories include th...

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Revealing a Hidden Collection: Digitizing, cataloging, and making discoverable essential collection artifacts

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s “Hidden Collections” include approximately 6,000 items—correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia (e.g., letters from Beethoven and Marie Antoinette, a cast of the poet Whittier’s hand, and a lock ...

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A 3D Archive of California Ethnography at Stanford University

The materials in the California ethnography collection were acquired by the Stanford family and the University Museum beginning in the 1890s, and are now managed by SUAC, the Stanford Archaeology Center. SUAC cares for the archaeological, ethnogra...

Ralph W. Hale, MD, Women's Health History Museum Digitization Project.

The Ralph W. Hale, M.D., History Museum at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) consists of approximately 650 artifacts that visually represent the history of women's health care and the specialty of obstetrics-gynecology...

Lost in Balboa Park: Digitization and Online Access to The Veterans Museum at Balboa Park's Artifact and Library Collections

As part of the broader "Lost in Balboa Park" initiative, in 2017—2018 BPOC seeks to digitize, catalog, and create detailed primary, research, and discoverability metadata for the following collections from The Veterans Museum at Balboa Park (VMB...

The Veterans Museum at Balboa Park

Digitization of Native American, Inuit and Hawaiian Collections

BCM has been collecting Native artifacts since it first opened in 1913. Throughout the Museum’s history, these artifacts have been used in exhibits and programs, referenced in curriculum materials and shared in trainings with educators. Largely ...

New York City Hall Park Archaeological Collections

New York City Hall Park is listed on the National Register and is within the African Burial Ground and the Commons Historic District as well as being an individually designated New York City landmark. The City Hall Park collection results from ele...

Museum of the City of New York

Orlando Museum of Art – Art of the Ancient Americas Collection – Open Access Digital Catalog project. Approximately 1,000 Pre-Columbian artifacts of varying materials from 35 cultural groups in Mesoamerica and South America dating from 2000 BC to 1521 AD will be digitized and made freely

The Art of the Ancient Americas Collection contains 977 artifacts of pottery, jade, stone, cloth, gold and silver from more than 35 different cultural groups from North, Central and South America dating from 2000 BC to 1521 AD. Major cultures rep...