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Using a Team Approach to Expose Yellowstone’s Hidden Collections

Using a Team Approach to Expose Yellowstone’s Hidden Collections

The Yellowstone National Park Archives document the history and science of the world’s first national park, now a United Nations Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. The manuscripts, photos, maps, films, oral histories, administrative record...

Unearthing Wonderland: Using a Team Approach to Expose Yellowstone’s Hidden Collections

The Yellowstone National Park Archives documents the history and science of the world��s first national park, now a United Nations Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. The manuscripts, photos, maps, films, oral histories, administrative reco...

Revealing a Hidden Collection: Digitizing, cataloging, and making discoverable essential collection artifacts

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s “Hidden Collections” include approximately 6,000 items—correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia (e.g., letters from Beethoven and Marie Antoinette, a cast of the poet Whittier’s hand, and a lock ...

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Revealing Hidden Women's Collections

The collections included in this project address women’s involvement in education, medicine, anthropology, public policy, and daily life. Other women’s collections focus on the documentation of daily life and culture, the Civil War, social servic...

Scarritt-Bennett Center Laskey Research Library (SBCLRL)

The Scarritt-Bennett Center Laskey Research Library (SBCLRL) is an established library in the Scarritt-Bennett Center that is approximately 1,500 square feet in facility size, and contains approximately 64,500 items in all formats. It also posses...

Middle Mississippi River Valley Environmental Archives Processing Project

Government agencies administer environmental laws and regulations, and businesses, communities, while organizations and individuals seek to balance environmental issues and other needs and concerns. Organizations and groups that face this challeng...

Digitizing and Cataloging the Student Work Collection of The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Archive at The Cooper Union

The Cooper Union’s Student Work Collection of the Architecture Archive is unique among schools of architecture. To our knowledge, few architecture schools possess such an extensive archive of their pedagogies over such a lengthy period of time. ...

A Pilot Project of the Society of Architectural Historians to Digitize, Share and House At Risk 35mm Slide Collections of Architectural Historians and Built Environment Professionals for Scholarly Research, Teaching and Public Access

The materials nominated are representative selections (6,000 -10,000 each) from 35 mm slide collections of six highly accomplished and respected professionals working in the built environment: architectural historians, a photographer and an interi...

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...

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...

Reconstructing Beaufort History, 1840-1915

The original materials to be cataloged under the auspices of this grant application cover a crucial period of American history. Unfortunately, scholars see Beaufort County as a county with significant destruction of records due to the ravages of ...

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...

Creating a Shared catalog for New York's Ethnographic Collections: A Cooperative Project

The identified folklore collections include materials which illustrate the use of cultural knowledge (oral narrative, handmade objects, music, dance, etc) within New York's communities. They illustrate New York's role in championing traditional m...

Cataloging the Southern California Aviation History Collection

Our Southern California Aviation History Collection is diverse and voluminous, collected over 80 years, both by the museum and other aviation historians. The Museum, based in Southern California���the region itself focal point for the 20th-century...

Balboa Park Virtual Library

The libraries of the San Diego Museum of Man (SDMoM) and San Diego Natural History Museum (SDNHM) are two are the most foremost archives of anthropological and natural sciences in Southern California. They feature a wealth of research materials, c...

San Diego Museum of Man

Historic Illinois Circuit Court Collections

The State of Illinois has 102 counties, each with a clerk of the circuit court, who houses case files dating from the creation of its respective county. Each county courthouse contains hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of court records. The...

Illinois State Archives

Revealing Hidden Collections in the Northwest

Representing a broad range of institutions in the Northwest, records in this proposal range widely. Materials include government, religious, personal, and corporate records, and date from the mid-19th century to 2006. The primary geographic scop...

First Park, First Forest: Sharing the Heritage of Yellowstone National Park and Shoshone National Forest with the World

McCracken Research Library (MRL) – Buffalo Bill Center of the West (Center) MRL Shoshone National Forest Collection (MS 436) This collection consists of the earliest documents pertaining to the Shoshone National Forest and its predecessors. ...

Heritage & Research Center, Yellowstone National Park

Uncovering California's Environmental Collections: A Collaborative Approach

Uncovering California's Environmental Collections: A Collaborative Approach

This California Digital Library (CDL) project will uncover 33 hidden collections at institutions across California related to the state's environment and environmental history. The collections were selected and assembled for their unique and diver...

California State University Chico; California State University Fresno; Humboldt State University; UC Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, and Riverside; University of Southern California

American View Books

American View Books in the Avery Classics Collection provide pictorial documentation of cities and towns throughout the United States. The collection is comprised of 4,800 items, broadly termed “books” published in a variety of formats, including ...

The Middle East Institute Library Visual Archives Project

The MEI Library Visual Archives Project will be a two-year undertaking to digitize three image collections currently held by the MEI Library. These collections include images of 16 Middle Eastern countries, depicting the region during the period b...

Cataloging Historic Scientific Reprint Collections: Davenport, Demerec, and Watson Reprint Collections

The scientific reprints in these collections bring together a number of historic scientific and social disciplines which developed into modern day genetics and molecular biology and affected many aspects of society in the past and present. The col...

Digitization of the Jesuit Rare Book and Manuscript Collection

The Society of Jesus was established by the Catholic Church in 1540. Its founders, Saint Ignatius Loyola and his followers, were humanist scholars who believed that education in the arts and sciences provides a path to spiritual understanding. Thr...

Cataloging 230 Years of Research and Programs at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Cataloging 230 Years of Research and Programs at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences This project will inaugurate the first major processing effort for the Academy’s newly established archives, starting with the records documenting its re...

Military Collection Veterans Oral History Collection

The State Archives of North Carolina (SANC) Military Collection's North Carolina Veterans Oral History Collection contains more than 1,085 oral history interviews of military veterans living in or from North Carolina. The Veterans Oral History Pro...

Cataloging Black Print Culture

Emory's black print culture material focuses on many aspects of African American life including religion, art, music, literature, theatre, and history from the late 1890s-2008. The array of print material ranges from monographs, serials, and pamp...

Through the Lens of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram: A Photojournalism View of the Great Depression, World War II, and the Birth of the Cold War, 1934-1955

The materials proposed for digitization are a group of Fort Worth Star-Telegram (FWST) negatives dating from 1934 to 1955. These negatives are just a portion of an estimated corpus of 4 million FWST negatives (mid-1920s-1990) donated to UTA Librar...

Digitizing Social Justice: Advancing Knowledge of the American 20th Century Catholic Social Action Movement through Access to Correspondence, Oral Histories, and Publications of Dorothy Day, Ade Bethune, Fr. John Ryan, Fr. Paul Hanley Furfey, and Catholic Interracial Councils of New York, Washington, D.C., and the Twin Cities

The John A. Ryan Papers were donated to The Catholic University of America by the Social Action Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference and Lawrence Ryan in 1949 and 1950. The Catholic Interracial Council of New York donated its rec...

The Catholic University of America (CUA)

Digitization of Native American, Inuit and Hawaiian Collections

BCM has been collecting Native artifacts since it first opened in 1913. Throughout the Museum’s history, these artifacts have been used in exhibits and programs, referenced in curriculum materials and shared in trainings with educators. Largely ...