Discovered 45 Entries

"Digitizing the Photography Collections of Gabriel Cromer and Alden Scott Boyer at George Eastman House"

The collections of Gabriel Cromer and Alden Scott Boyer form two of George Eastman House’s three core collections. The Gabriel Cromer collection was originally acquired by the Eastman Kodak Company in 1939, ten years before George Eastman Ho...

Underexposed: Digitizing the Richard "Scotty" MacNeish Photographic Archive

The Richard S. “Scotty” MacNeish Archive comprises 60 years of research and publication by one of the most notable American archaeologists of the twentieth century. MacNeish's contributions were acknowledged with membership in the National Ac...

Andover Foundation for Archaeological Research

Focusing the Lens: Creating Online Public Access to the Photographic Work of John Vachon in the Museum of the City of New York's LOOK Collection.

LOOK magazine was founded in 1937 by Des Moines, Iowa, newspaperman Gardner Cowles. Published as a bi-weekly, general interest magazine, LOOK began as a tabloid emphasizing sports and movie stars. In the wake of the Baby Boom, LOOK became more f...

Southeast Asian Digital Archive (SEADA)

The Southeast Asian Digital Archives initiative includes 16 unique collections from numerous community organizations. The entities partnering on this project comprise diverse groups within Eastern Massachusetts, including Cambodian, Lao, and Vietn...

University of Massachusetts Lowell

North Dakota Pioneers 1880-2015: Documenting a Century of Immigration, Culture, and Heritage in Word, Image, and Sound

The hidden collections come from four Digital Horizons partners: the Historical Society of North Dakota (NDHistSoc), the North Dakota State Library (NDStatLib), North Dakota State University (NDSU), and Prairie Public Broadcasting (PPB). [ND...

Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.

Digital Archiving project

These images portray scenes, people, places and historic events from the late 1800’s through the 1960’s. Events include Astoria’s Centennial Celebration in 1906, Sesquicentennial in 1956, President John F. Kennedy's visit to the Astoria area...

Saratoga Springs: The Place to See and Be Seen: Scenes Through the Eyes of Merchandizing Photographers

“A story in a picture,” the Robert Joki Stereoview Collection at SSPL illustrates the rich history of the city as primarily seen during the Victorian Era and the Gilded Age. Purchased by the Friends of SSPL in 2013 from Joki’s estate, it is ...

Saratoga Springs Historical Society- the Saratoga History Museum

The Hidden Past of the Pass: A journey through the history and culture of El Paso, Texas

El Paso Public Library Border Heritage Collections The Aultman Collection includes approximately 8,000 photographs by professional photographer Otis J. Aultman from 1880 to 1940 of the City of El Paso and its people; Fort Bliss; the Mexican Rev...

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Since our donor prefers to remain anonymous, the collection is alternately referred to as "Private Collector” in public and the "Greg Gaar Collection” internally.

All materials in the Private Collection were amassed by a private San Francisco photographer and collector from the 1960s though the early 2000s. The Collector purchased original negatives (glass and film) and photographs, and also made copy negat...

Taylor Archives: Complete Photography Catalog

The materials proposed for this digitization project include photographs, contact sheets, negatives, and positives collected by Paul Taylor and the Paul Taylor Dance Foundation over the course of Mr. Taylor's long choreographic career. The photog...

Digitizing Newport Historical Society's Glass Format Photographic Collections

The Newport Historical Society’s photographic collection contains approximately 200,000 images that date from the beginning of photography to today and represents a comprehensive visual history of Newport, Rhode Island. The Society's glass forma...

Edward L. Blake Jr. Landscape Architecture Collection of Slides.

Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries and the Department of Landscape Architecture are collaborating on a project to provide access to the slide collection of nationally known landscape architect, planner, critic, and Professor Edward L. Bl...

Alliance Community Collections, A Shared Digital Archive of Chicago's Ethnic Communities

Chicago is known as a city of neighborhoods with distinct communities. CCA is a reflection of that fact in its formation and make-up; currently, membership is capped at 35 organizations and serves over 25 Chicago area ethnic groups. CCA has cond...

DANK Haus German American Cultural Center