Discovered 38 Entries

Arranging and Describing Storefront’s Archive

Storefront for Art & Architecture (Storefront) respectfully requests 18 months of CLIR support to process, describe, and make public its archive of programming records. These records document Storefront's diverse and influential program of over 28...

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The Wellesley Centers for Women records

Processing the records of the Wellesley Centers for Women is a one-year project to catalog and create robust finding aids for an approximately 50 linear feet collection documenting the history and activities of one of the largest gender-focused re...

Getting to the Core: Cataloging 45-RPM Records

This project results in the cataloging of approximately 64,800 45-RPM recordings of popular music over 3 years. Cataloging will be available on the open web via Bowling Green State University's online catalog and will be performed by student assis...

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

Appalshop seeks to create public and scholarly access to the historic paper and mixed media archives of the crusading publishers Tom and Pat Gish and The Mountain Eagle newspaper. This regional weekly in rural Appalachia is a nationally recognized...

The Mountain Eagle

La Raza Newspaper & Magazine Records: Providing Access to the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement

This three-year project will catalog a collection of 24,698 photographic negatives documenting the Mexican-descent community of Los Angeles between 1967 and 1977. These long inaccessible negatives were recovered in 2013, and represent an unprecede...

Quaker diaries, journals, commonplace books and small manuscript collections

The Haverford College Libraries request support of $59,328 to catalog and describe 166 linear feet of diaries, journals, commonplace books, other manuscript volumes and collections. As a social group, the Quakers had expansive influence in im...