Discovered 18 Entries

"All Day Singing": Preserving and Providing Access to Original Early Twentieth Century Field Recordings in the Frank Clyde Brown Collection

The collection contains approximately 1,367 songs on 60 wax cylinders, 25 aluminum discs, and 51 aluminum lacquer discs, representing songs unique to North Carolina, as well as American folk songs, British traditional ballads, and a range of other...

The Lesbian/Feminist Spoken Word Collection: Creating a Unique Online Digital Resource for Scholars and the General Public

The Spoken Word Collection consists of 90-minute cassettes created by the Lesbian Herstory Archives as well as donated by individual people and organizations in the LGBT community. This is a unique collection of oral histories, personal conversati...

MPR Dayreels: The First Decade

The dayreel stories were created by employees of Minnesota Public Radio—reporters, producers, and hosts—for Minnesota Public Radio. Each dayreel contains the news of the day, as determined by local, regional, state, national, or international ...

The California Audiovisual Preservation Project: Illuminating Hidden Histories of Migration and Settlement

Partners nominated collections that illuminate mass migration and settlement patterns that contributed to California’s, and by extension the United States’, rapid development from the early 20th to the early 21st century. Each of the collectio...

California State University, Bakersfield

Recorded Interviews with Postmodern and Contemporary American Writers from the Larry McCaffery Papers

We seek to digitize the literary interviews conducted by Larry McCaffery, SDSU professor emeritus and literary critic, with notable postmodern and contemporary American writers. McCaffery's unique interview process started with a recorded intervie...

Digital Preservation and Dissemination of Threatened 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center Audio Archives

Since its founding in 1939, the Poetry Center has been visited (often repeatedly) by luminary poets, novelists, playwrights, literary critics, biographers, and scholars from a multitude of literary traditions. The tape-based audio archive of the U...

Unreeling History: Preserving and Providing Access to NPR's 'All Things Considered,' 1971-1983

The materials nominated for digitization are master recordings of 'All Things Considered' (ATC) produced and aired by NPR between 1971 and 1983. The audio is stored on open reel tape, an obsolete media format, at the University of Maryland Librari...

University of Maryland Libraries

Listening to Michigan: Digitizing and disseminating local radio programming

The G. Robert Vincent Voice Library at Michigan State University will digitize, create linked metadata, and disseminate sound recordings from two collections with holdings spanning a period from World War II through the end of the Cold War: progra...

Kalamazoo Valley Museum

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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Writing and Talking: Creating Access to Conversations with 20th Century Writers in the collection of WNYC's "New York & Company”

For 30 years, Leonard Lopate has conducted in-depth interviews with writers, actors, presidents, economists, scientists, dancers, historians, filmmakers and more. His program has won a George Foster Peabody Award and three Associated Press Awards....

Digitizing Public Radio Program Collection Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane

The 6,481 recorded hours to be digitized in the Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane collection cover a host of topics with important scholarly value including: local and national news, international affairs, environmental issues, judicial issues, go...

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

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 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

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 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...

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...