Discovered 349 Entries

Military Collection Veterans Oral History Interview Collection

The State Archives of North Carolina (SANC) Military Collection's Veterans Oral History Interview Collection contains more than 1,150 oral history interviews of military veterans living in or from North Carolina. The Veterans Oral History Project ...

Vision Maker Media Historic Native American Film and Video Collection

Vision Maker Media (VMM) will digitize and make available over 500 individual films that represent the history of Native American documentary filmmaking in the United States. They focus on the history, culture, arts, language, and heritage of Nort...

Digitizing Film Footage of Non-Western Jewish Cultures from the Johanna L. Spector Papers and Audio-Visual Materials

The films and related audio within the Johanna L. Spector Papers and Audio-Visual Materials consist of archival raw footage shot by Dr. Spector, a world-renowned ethnomusicologist and professor at what is now the H. L. Miller Cantorial School and ...

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Digitizing Amateur and Unofficial East German Moving Images in the United States: Opening up a Virtual Cold War Conversation

The Wende Museum’s collection of amateur and unofficial audiovisual media from the German Democratic Republic (the former communist state of East Germany, hereafter GDR) comprises films and videos produced during nearly the entire span of the co...

WIS-tv "Awareness”: Preserving and making accessible a rare African-American television news magazine show from the 1970s.

WIS-tv “Awareness” is a television news magazine show developed and produced by the African-American community in South Carolina to address the needs and interests of African-Americans in the city of Columbia and throughout South Carolina. Fou...

Hiding in Plain Sight: Accessing an "Accidental Collection” of Films by Women Writers, Directors & Producers.

Hiding in Plain Sight: Accessing an Accidental Collection of Films by Women Writers, Directors & Producers is an initiative of the Laboratory for Icon & Idiom that focuses on documenting, preserving and making accessible films by women film artis...

Black in Your Ear: Making audio of the Black Metropolis Accessible

The audio recordings, which form the subject of this project span oral history interviews with local neighborhood residents during the 1960s, public housing residents, African American classical composers and blues musicians, and the Brotherhood o...

Chicago State University

New Dimensions Broadcast Media: Preserving & Providing Access to At-Risk Media

Stanford University Libraries acquired the media archive of the New Dimensions Broadcasting Media Network in 2007 as a gift and the archival records as a purchase in 2008. The audio archive consists of approximately 6,500 recordings of over 2,200 ...

American Music Research Center (AMRC) Glenn Miller Archive (GMA) Digitization of the Edward Burke, Richard March and Walter C. Scott Collections

The materials were collected by Ed Burke, Dick March and Walter Scott (all deceased) with the assistance of other collectors, musicians, radio stations, networks, record companies, producers and others from 1949 through 2009. The accumulated colle...

"Hearts and Minds": Outtakes and Papers from a Groundbreaking 1970s Documentary Film

For his documentary "Hearts and Minds", Peter Davis and his team conducted formal interviews in the early 1970s with more than 40 individuals. These formal interviews range in duration from 20 minutes to 12 hours and average between 1 to 2 hours. ...

The Oscar Adams Project: Oral History Interviews Documenting the Life and Work of Alabama Supreme Court Justice Oscar Adams (1925-1997)

Materials to be digitized are videotaped recordings of interviews with a variety of individuals who knew and worked with Oscar Adams, Jr. (1925-1997) over the course of his legal career in the state of Alabama. Interviewees include relatives as w...

The Fred Engelberg Collection (1953-1980)

The Fred Engelberg Collection consists of materials documenting his prodigious creative and intellectual output between the years 1953 and 1980, and includes film, audio, photographs, manuscripts, and ephemera. The collection was donated to USC by...

The California Audiovisual Preservation Project: Digitizing Hidden California Light and Sound

Project partners have proposed collections to enrich the CLS collection that develop critical themes of the state’s, and the country’s, rapid development from the early 20th to the early 21st century: Immigration and settlement. Eastern Ca...

African American Museum and Library at Oakland

Academy Sights and Sounds: Digitizing Audiovisual Media

The materials proposed for digitization under the “Academy Sites and Sounds” project date from 1958 to 2010, and comprise dozens of linear feet of reel-to-reel audio tapes, audio and video cassette tapes, and UMATIC cassettes. Of particular no...

New York City Municipal Archives' WNYC Moving Image Collection (1947-1996) Digitization and Online Access Project

The footage that will be digitized is selected from two sub-series within the WNYC-TV collection: 1) 16mm original reversal film (1949-1981); and 2) videotape (1982-1996). Beginning in 1949, the WNYC Television Film Unit produced 16mm films for ...

"Alaska Review" Television Newsmagazine Programs and Raw Footage Digitization and Dissemination Project

Airing from 1976 to 1987, "Alaska Review" was the first statewide public affairs television program in Alaska. The show was designed to explore public policy issues confronting Alaska, and to assist citizens in making decisions about the future of...

Digitizing Science Friday Audio Segments: Interviews with Host Ira Flatow and Scientists, Innovators, Inventors, Technologists, and Engineers -- 25 Years of Multidisciplinary Science Dialogue

The public radio program Science Friday originally aired in 1991 as part of the daily talk show, Talk of the Nation, for a once-a-week focus on science news coverage. When Talk of the Nation was discontinued in 2013, Science Friday continued as an...

The KNTV Channel 11 News Archive: Revealing the 1960s Experience in San Jose and the Salinas Valley

In 1983, 119 boxes of some 4,700 local news film (16mm) reels, shot between 1965 and 1980, were donated to the San José Historical Museum by local station KNTV Channel 11. The films, both silent and with sound, were taken by KNTV cameramen. They ...

The Living Legends of Oklahoma Collection

The Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) will preserve and digitize 5000 audio files, for free public access, including: 1/4" reel-to-reel magnetic tape; audio/mpeg; Cassette Tape, and CD-ROMs from the Living Legends Collection. The interviews select...

NBC 5/KXAS Television News Video Digitization

NBC 5/KXAS (formerly WBAP), has covered regional, national, and international events for more than 60 years. The 4,000 BetacamSP tapes nominated for digitization in this project represent a significant portion of the videotape in this collection a...

Salve Regina Public Lectures Project

Public lectures at Salve Regina originate throughout several academic departments and units, the two most prominent being the lectures provided by the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy and the Atwood Lecture in the Humanit...

From the Cold War to the Wilderness: Digitizing the Audiovisual Archives of Senator Frank Church

This project will bring together interviews, campaign publicity, speeches, and other audiovisual and paper materials from four collections: Frank Church Papers, Bethine Church Papers (wife), LeRoy Ashby and Rod Gramer Collection on Frank Church (b...