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Documenting the Modern Ecumenical Movement: The Hidden Archival Collections of the Burke Library

This is a proposal to arrange and describe two hidden collection groups to support non-sectarian research into individuals, communities, and indigenous cultures related to the global missionary and ecumenical movements. Materials were added to the...

Revealing our melting past: Toward a digital library of historic glacier photography

NSIDC's Analog Archives Collection houses more than 20,000 glacier photograph prints. William O. Field compiled one subset of this collection, roughly 5,000 prints, including many taken by Harry F. Reid, "America's first geophysicist." Reid travel...

National Snow & Ice Data Center

"I thought there was nothing so glorious as war": Creating Online Access to the World War I Materials at The Museum of Flight

The World War I collections at The Museum of Flight cover both the technical aspects of flight and the personal experiences of the individuals flying the aircraft. These collections have only ever been seen by a small number of researchers who vis...

Photographic Collections of the Erie Canal

The Erie Canal Museum's portion consists of about 200 glass negatives arranged within five distinct collections. Though none of the images have any historic labeling, nearly all show scenes that could likely be readily identified by the Museum's ...

Canal Society of New York State

The Four Valleys Digital Project: Thirty Years of Archaeological Research in the Naco, Cacaulapa, Santa Barbara, and El ParaÌ_so Valleys, Northwestern Honduras

With more than 256,000 records, mostly collected before digitizing records in the field was feasible or common, the Four Valleys collection is one of the world's richest resources for understanding long-term sociopolitical and cultural processes. ...

Colonial Williamsburg Architectural Research Slide Collection, Phase 1 Digitization

From 1959 through 2004, the Architecture and later the Architectural Research Departments of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation created a working slide collection of buildings, sites, and features for research projects that were conducted to inf...

Digitization and creation of online access of General Electric historical photographs, 1880-1920

This project will digitize the earliest 100,000 images image from the General Electric Photograph Collection, dating from 1880-1920. The overall GE Photo Collection includes 1.2 million prints dating from 1880-1970. The photographs were donated to...

Building the New York City Subway: The Subway Construction Photograph Collection, 1900-1950

The Subway Construction Photograph Collection was donated to the New-York Historical Society by the New York City Department of Transportation in 1950. There are approximately 66,000 gelatin silver photographs in this collection, all of which are ...

Viewing Visalli: The Santi Visalli Photographic Collection

In 2015, Santi Visalli donated his collection of prints, negatives, slides, ephemera and all intellectual property to CSU Channel Islands. His express goal was to share his images with the world and to ensure that his life's work would be preserv...

Photographs & Architectural Drawing Collections

We seek to process, digitize, and rehouse approximately 20,000 photographs representing life on Centenary’s campus during the 20th century and 300 architectural drawings of various buildings on campus. These materials have grown exponentially ...

Mayor Richard J. Daley Photograph Digitization Project

UIC will digitize images from two collections that highlight the life and career of Richard J. Daley (Mayor of Chicago, 1955-1976). The first collection, the László Kondor Photograph Collection, contains about 600 photographs, 600 slides, and 3,...

Digitizing the Case Western Reserve University Hidden Astronomical Photographic Plate Collection

The astronomical photographs that are to be digitized were taken using the Case Western Reserve University's Warner and Swasey Observatory Burrell Schmidt telescope. The Burrell Schmidt telescope was built in 1939 and began operation in 1941. In 1...

From the Gifts of Missionaries to Collections Anchored in the Diversity of Life, Experience and Global History: Creating Virtual Global Access to the Documents, Artifacts and Specimens Housed in the University Archives and the Cultural & Natural History Collections at University of La Verne

The materials included here combine collections from repositories at University of La Verne—University Archives and Cultural & Natural History Collections: the Photograph and Campus Times collections in the former, several collections of objects...

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Building A Nation: Preserving and Providing Access to the Indiana Limestone Photograph Collection

The ILPC collection of over 25,000 photographs (18,500 remain to be processed) contains an extensive range of images, including residences, churches, universities, museums, businesses, and public and municipal buildings, many of which were designe...

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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Digitizing Marshall, The Man and the Plan: Presenting A Comprehensive Visual Record of George C. Marshall and the Marshall Plan through Films and Photographs.

The George C. Marshall Photograph Collection was created by the foundation's archives staff to establish control over the vast number of photographs in which George C. Marshall appeared. Photographs from George C. Marshall's papers, as well as pho...

American Craft Council College of Fellows Artist Files Digitization Project

Since 1975, the American Craft Council (ACC) has recognized exceptional contributions to the field of craft by awarding the distinction of Fellow of the Council, the body of recipients known collectively as the College of Fellows. In order to be n...

Preserving Park Slope: A Visual History of Urban Revival

The Everett and Evelyn Ortner papers and photographs (ca. 1880 – 2010, bulk 1940 – 2008) include photographs, audio recordings, moving images, and paper records that document the work, research, and activities of two key players of Brooklyn’...

New Bauhaus & Institute of Design Online Archive (NB&IDOA)

Academic and creative materials of The New Bauhaus (aka American School of Design), School of Design, and Institute of Design, 1937 - 1955. The collection includes academic catalogues, class and school activities announcements, and biographical ma...

Images of Indonesia: Photographs from the John M. Echols Collection on Southeast Asia

The first phase of this project, planned for the period from the beginning of 2017 to the end of 2018, will digitize materials from the Eiseman collection on Bali. Fred B. Eiseman was a science teacher who became an expert on Balinese culture. He ...

Great Explorations: Increasing Online Access to Our Aerospace Heritage Catalog and digitize 80,000 rare negatives selected from the historical Ryan Aeronautical Collection to ensure their future preservation, placing them online for global educational purposes to enhance digital research capability for future generations.

SDASM is home to the corporate records of Ryan Aeronautical, which was one of the nation’s most influential early aerospace companies. Their pioneering scheduled airline enjoyed success, and they were a noted aircraft manufacturer. Their first...

Processing the Redevelopment Agency of the City of San José, from planning to implementation.

Project: Redevelopment Agency photographs 1880-2002 This collection consists of slides, negatives, aerial photographs, photographs (slides, negatives, and prints), renderings and drawings demonstrating construction in the City of San José befor...

Scopes Trial Online Archives: Context and Consequences of the "World's Most Famous Court Trial”

Bryan College’s historical archives contain local documentation related to the Scopes Trial and the history of the college. This documentation includes newspaper clippings documenting much of the local coverage of the trial. The Robinson Photo...

Rhea County Historical Society

Schoharie County Historical Materials

The materials include college-produced records, photographs, monographs, and serial publications relating to the operation of the college, student and alumni life and history, and local communities from SUNY Cobleskill; the negatives from the Haro...

Schoharie County Historical Society

Building a Nation: Preserving and Providing Access to the Indiana Limestone Photograph Collection

The collection of approximately 13,000 photographs contains an extensive range of images, including residences, churches, universities, museums, businesses, and public and municipal buildings, many of which were designed by prominent architects. C...

Digitization and Creation of Online Access of General Electric Historical Photographs, 1880-1920

This project will digitize the earliest 100,000 images from the General Electric Photograph Collection, dating from 1880-1920. The overall GE Photo Collection includes 1.2 million prints dating from 1880-1970. The photographs were donated to the G...

The Four Valleys Project: Thirty Years of Archaeological Research in the Naco, Cacaulapa, Santa Barbara, and El Paraíso Valleys, Northwestern Honduras

The Four Valleys collection features more than 250,000 records, which, when digitized, will make it one of the richest resources for Mesoamerican scholars. The archive traces how people of all ranks and cultural affiliations lived in present-day H...

American Craft Council College of Fellows Artist Files Digitization Project

Since 1975, the American Craft Council (ACC) has recognized exceptional contributions to the field of craft by awarding the distinction of Fellow of the Council, the body of recipients known collectively as the College of Fellows. In order to be n...

Digitizing La MaMa's Pushcart Years: A Unique History of the Off-Off-Broadway Movement

This project centers on materials in our Pushcart Collection—flyers, posters, press releases, photographs, correspondence, show programs, videos, and other items documenting the early history of La MaMa and the Off-Off-Broadway theatre movement ...

Yesterday's Farm, Today: 100 years of farming history at SUNY Cobleskill's Van Wagenen Library and the Schoharie County Historical Society

We will be digitizing the life’s work of Harold Tolles, nearly 90,000 photo negatives amassed over the last forty years. During his lifetime Mr. Tolles photographed almost every major event in Schoharie County and its boarding regions. In additi...

Schoharie County Historical Society

The Ronald M. and Dianne J. Bernier Archive: Himalayan, South, and Southeast Asian Visual Culture

In 2012 the estate of Ronald M. Bernier, former professor at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder), donated his 35mm slide collection to the Department of Art and Art History’s Visual Resources Center (AAHVRC). Dr. Bernier was an art h...

Digitizing and Re-Cataloging the Baltimore Gas & Electric Company Image Collection

Comprised of approximately 500,000 photographic prints and negatives, the Baltimore Gas & Electric Company (BGE) Image Collection is one of the largest collections in the BMI’s archives. This extensive collection was created by BGE, a local util...