Discovered 508 Entries

ARC and Artemisia Galleries: Women Artists' Cooperatives in Chicago

Artemisia and ARC Galleries were the first women artists�� cooperatives in the Midwest, opening in Chicago in September 1973. At the time women artists were marginalized in the art world and established both galleries to counter the prevailing mal...

Panama-California Exposition Centennial Archive

The Committee of One Hundred will create a master electronic finding aid for the Panama-California Exposition Centennial Archive (Archive). This finding aid will include access to historical documents and images that are widely distributed...

Mount Vernon Seminary and College Collection

Mount Vernon Seminary and College dates to 1875, when Mount Vernon Seminary was founded as a high school and junior college for women. By 1996, Mount Vernon College (MVC) became affiliated with The George Washington University and in 1999 they gra...

Access to The New School Archives: Intellectual Control and Collection-Level Description

The New School (TNS) archives represent the extraordinarily rich and wide range of intellectual and creative work produced across TNS from its founding in 1919 through the 2000s. The archives document the school's formation as an educational...

Herman Melville Collection, 1846-[ongoing]

The Herman Melville Collection at the Newberry Library is one of the largest collections of Herman Melville material in the world (more than 6,100 items). Founded to support the work of the editorial staff of The Writings of Herman Melville, a joi...

Out of the Smoke and Ashes: Processing the Records of Pennsylvania’s Coke and Coal Industry

the collections housed with the Coal and Coke Heritage Center at Penn State Fayette do not have any online presence.

The Labor and Industry Project

The Labor and Industry Project will result in a shared repository of finding aids for relevant collections from the Senator John Heinz History Center (HHC) (http://www.heinshistorycenter.org) and Rivers of Steel Heritage Corporation (RoS) (http://...

Transnational Passages: Promoting Research in Maritime and Migrant Labor Collections of the Pacific Slope

The hidden collections in this proposal are part of the 200-plus labor-related collections held by Special Collections. Maritime and migrant labor collections are of high scholarly value and our top priority is to increase their visibility and acc...

Processing the Editorial and Business Records of Eleven Little Literary Magazine Archives in the Poetry Collection

The Editorial and Business Records of Eleven Little Literary Magazine Archives in the Poetry Collection feature the administrative and organizational records of eleven diverse poetry magazine archives. Representative of small press poetry publishi...

Pioneers of Planetary Science Archives

The Pioneers of Planetary Science archives include the archives of numerous notable planetary scientists, such a Gerard Kuiper, Thomas Gehrels, Ewen Whitaker, Michael Drake, and Charles Sonnet. The bulk date of the collections range from about 190...

Discovery and Cataloging of Hidden Archives of the Essig Museum of Entomology

The Essig Museum (EMEC) at UC Berkeley is among the top three largest University arthropod collections in the US, with specimens dating to the 1890s. UCB faculty pioneered the field of Medical Entomology, with documents, images, and specimens dati...

Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives: Building a National Science Platform for Human Rights - The Legacy of Congressman George E. Brown

The George E. Brown Congressional Papers Project will make accessible to a wide range of researchers and scholars one of the most important collections of congressional papers that document the history of the environmental movement in the United S...

Field notes and related archival material from 100 years of expeditionary biology and anthropology at the Univ. of Colorado Museum of Natural History

The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History (CU Museum) has hidden archival materials from over one hundred years of expeditionary biological and anthropological fieldwork captured as field notes, photos, maps, drawings and other material...

Southern Architect and Building News: Indexing as Access to an Early Architectural Journal

Southern Architect and Building News was the first professional architecture magazine published in southern United States; it ran from 1889 to 1932. As the official organ of the Southern Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, it "promote...

Archives of Iowa Broadcasting

The holdings of the Archives of Iowa Broadcasting (AIB) consist of primary materials of Iowa television stations, radio stations, oral histories, papers of broadcasters, and miscellaneous recordings and ephemeral items. The bulk of the holdings is...

Documenting Civil Rights and Civic Activism: the Papers of Margaret Bush Wilson

The Margaret Bush Wilson Papers document many significant events and movements of 20th-century America, offering a unique view of local and national history. A pioneer for African Americans and for women, Margaret Bush Wilson (1919-2009) led a dis...

Pocket Collections

The Clark Library has identified six separate collections to be cataloged. 1. Ward Ritchie (1905-1996): 2500 monographs, serials, pamphlets, and clippings on both fine and commercial printing, typography, papermaking, and the history of ...

Centerpiece: Illuminating the Archives of the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center

The materials consist of two collections that are significant in the study of vocational training for the disabled in both Virginia and the nation. The Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center Collection traces the history of the nation��s fir...

From Script to Screen: Revealing Labor Union History Through the Writers Guild Foundation Archives

The From Script to Screen: Revealing Labor Union History cataloging project will make the rare and unique archival collections of the Writers Guild Foundation (WGF) accessible to students, researchers, aspiring writers, scholars, Writers Guild of ...

Providing Access to Yellowstone and the West: Exposing the Laborers, Builders, Traders and Migratory Workers

The goal of this project is to expose those forgotten in conventional history���those who laid the track, cooked the food, filled the mine carts, and made Westward Expansion possible. Significant YGM collections to be processed by this gra...

The Walter Rauschenbusch Family Papers and the New York City Baptist Mission Society Records at the American Baptist Historical Society

The Walter Rauschenbusch (1861-1918) Family Papers (1861-1965; 107 cubic feet) document the life and work of Walter Rauschenbusch (WR) the Baptist theologian whose writings provide the philosophical underpinnings of the Social Gospel Movement. WR...

Uncovering Egyptian Archaeology: Cataloging the Hidden Collections of Ancient Egypt Research Associates

The Ancient Egypt Research Associates (AERA) Archives and Special Collections encompasses the complete records of our survey, mapping, excavation, and material culture analyses from over 30 years of archaeological investigation in Egypt, as well a...

Hidden Cinema Heritage at Anthology Film Archives

Five collections proposed for this project ���-the Stan Brakhage Collection, the Hollis Frampton Collection, the Gretchen Berg Collection, the Collective for Living Cinema Archive, and Anthology's collection of publications-- vary in size an...

We Still Scream: The Mountain Eagle/Tom and Pat Gish Archives

The collection covers the period of 1957 to 2005 and includes Mountain Eagle business records as well as the Gish's personal and professional papers amassed through their work as editors of a small-town coal-community newspaper that gained nationa...

Holocaust and Jewish Resistance collections at Brandeis University

1. The Jewish Resistance Collection (c. 1932-1950s): Underground publications by German Communist and French Jewish resisters to the Nazis; international post-war reports documenting the persecution and extermination of Jews and the course of seve...

Perspectives on the HGP: Discovering hidden personal collections documenting the origins and development of the Human Genome Project in the U.S.

This project involves 27 personal collections, comprising some 185 lf of physical material and ~15GB of electronic material related to HGP (see Note below). Among the individuals who created these collections are the developers of many metho...

Experience Music Project - Hidden Collection (working title)

EMP holds a historic music collection of approximately 140,000 objects (containing more than 80% of all physical music material produced in the Northwest during the last century) and an Oral History archive of more than 850 interviews with musicia...

Black Gold: Uncovering Florida's African-American Archival Treasures

The ten collections in the Black Gold cataloging project relate to pre- and post-Civil War records, civil rights, religion, Black college football, HBCU band culture, and African Americans in science and technology. The collections vary in size, s...

Old South to Urban Center: Emergence of the New Northern Virginia Politics

These collections relate to politics in the Northern Virginia (NoVa) region during of the region��s transformation from rural suburb to urban center. The region changed the state of Virginia while reflecting trends of the South and the U.S. The...

Segregated Japanese American Military Units of World War II: A Collaborative Cataloging Project of Oral Histories, Photographs and Documents

GFBNEC��s oral history collection includes 1,185 interviews from across the U.S., making it the largest collection of its kind in the country. Significant effort was invested in locating Nisei veterans whose wartime experiences were unique o...

Access to Alexander Agassiz's Expedition Images

The Alexander Agassiz collection of about 1,000 gelatin dry plates, film negatives and prints dating from the late 1890s to the early- 20th century is important because it uniquely adds to Agassiz scholarship, providing access to many unpubli...

Uncovering Hidden Collections of Significant National Organizations: A Cataloging Project of the American Jewish Archives

The five hundred feet of B��nai B��rith International records contain the documentary history of BBI from its founding in 1843 to the present. This consists of administrative files; material on BBI��s philanthropic and communal work in the U.S. an...