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Boston Lives Matter: Freedom House and Black Activism, 1949-2004

The Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections (UASC) requests funding to digitize, catalog, and make nationally available over a period of two years the records of Boston-based social justice organization Freedom House. Once digitiz...

Digitization of an Important Family of Crop Plants (Fabaceae) in the United States National Herbarium

Digitization of biological specimens is gaining momentum in museums, universities, and botanical gardens worldwide. The sum of these specimen records represents a rich temporal and spatial perspective of biodiversity on our planet. It informs our ...

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

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum respectfully requests a $250,000 grant to support a project to catalog, digitally photograph, and make discoverable online approximately 6,000 "Hidden Collections” artifacts exhibited by Isabella Stewart Gardn...

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Thomas L. and Elizabeth Wood Kane family papers

The primary focus of this project will be to digitize all the papers in the L. Tom Perry Special Collections at Brigham Young University related to Thomas and Elizabeth Kane and their family. These collections include several volumes of diaries, h...

Digitizing Social Justice: Advancing Knowledge of the American 20th Century Catholic Social Action Movement

This collaborative project includes The Catholic University of America, Marquette University, and the Catholic Research Resources Alliance. Over a period of three years (2017-2019) project partners will collectively digitize and make publicly avai...

Catholic University of America (CUA)

John Michael Kohler Arts Center: Digitized Art Environment Collections and Study Materials

From January 2017 to May 2019, John Michael Kohler Arts Center (Arts Center) will undertake a two-phase digitization project to enable online access to its entire collection of art environments (11,281 works by 34 artists) and two extensive study ...

Philadelphia Real Estate Record & Builders' Guide Digitization Project

This project will digitize the only known original copy of the Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, a trade journal (1886-1940) that provided detailed reporting of building activity in Philadelphia and other east-coast cities from ...

Archives and Artifacts: Uniting Liberian Scholarly Collections from Indiana University Libraries and Mathers Museum of World Cultures

A woodcarver shares his experience of mask-carving; scholars photograph masking ceremonies; an author weaves allusions to masks into his work: Archives and Artifacts will bring together a full range of materials to allow scholars to create new kno...

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 Foundation houses the most comprehensive collection of records relating to George C. Marshall, the man President Harry Truman called "the greatest living American," in the world. A photograph collection of 9,092 images as w...

Digitizing Storefront's Archive for Web-based Public Access

Storefront for Art and Architecture is requesting $196,946 in CLIR funding over 18 months to digitize and disseminate core records from its archive, a unique, nationally significant collection of design material documenting over three decades of t...

From Her Pen to the Printed Page: Digital Preservation and Access to the Manuscripts of Elizabeth Barrett Browning at the Armstrong Browning Library

Baylor University proposes a two-year project in order to digitally preserve and provide open access to more than 300 original manuscripts written by Victorian poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 – 1861), commonly known as EBB. The proposed di...

Digitizing the Hidden History of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics

The Modern Language Association (MLA), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in New York City, seeks Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) grant support for the project Digitizing the Hidden History of Modern Languages, Li...

The Hazelden Pittman Archives

The digitization of the Hazelden Pittman Archives would allow for the continued preservation of this historic collection of alcoholism literature and artifacts located at Hazelden's main campus in Center City, MN, USA. The collection is focused on...

A 3D Archive of California Ethnography at Stanford University

The Stanford University Libraries (SUL) proposes to create a 3D archive of 116 items comprising the Stanford University Archaeology Collections' (SUAC) California ethnography collection. These artifacts illuminate the daily life of indigenous peo...

Documenting Service with Fighting Men:Creating Online Access to World War I-Related Materials of the Kautz Family YMCA Archives

The Kautz Family YMCA Archives proposes a two-year project to digitize and make available online materials documenting the YMCA's role in providing critical support to the armed services during World War I (WWI). The project comprises records from...

Innovative Digital Access to Architectural Models

The goal of this collaboration between the Getty Research Institute and the Art, Design & Architecture Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara is to digitize and provide free integrated online access to 300 architectural models, many...

Art, Design & Architecture Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum: Early and Mid-Twentieth Century Sheet Music Collection

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum respectfully requests support from the Council on Library and Information Resources to digitize the approximately 6,500 items included in its Early and Mid-Twentieth Century Sheet Music Collection. These d...

American Craft Council College of Fellows Artist Files Digitization Project

This project is created in response to feedback from scholars, curators, practitioners, and students working in the communities of art, design, material culture, and craft requesting more freely available and complete online content documenting co...

Ralph W. Hale, MD, Women's Health History Museum Digitization Project.

The Ralph W. Hale, MD, Women's Health History Museum at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) will digitize images from its unique collection of approximately 650 artifacts representing the history of women's health care i...

Changing the Face of Medicine: Women at the National Institutes of Health

Building on its award-winning and high-profile exhibition on women in medicine, entitled Changing the Face of Medicine, the History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine will digitize and make available online, through its estab...

Digitizing Western Botanists and Beyond: Completing the Online Archives and Botanical Specimens of John and Sara Plummer Lemmon, Civil War Veteran, Women's Rights Activist, and noted Pioneer Botanists.

The University and Jepson Herbaria propose a 1.5-year project to make freely available online the papers of the husband and wife botanical team and contemporaries of John Muir, John Gill Lemmon and Sara Plummer Lemmon. Their archives include corre...

Military Collection Veterans Oral History Collection

The Military Collection Veterans Oral History Collection is composed of 1,085 oral history interviews with military service members with North Carolina connections from all U.S. military branches. The materials date from 1996 to 2014. The Military...

Calculating Women: Counting Women's Impact in the Exact and Natural Sciences in a Collaborative Project to Digitize Archival Materials from Harvard University, the Maria Mitchell Association, Smith, Mount Holyoke, Wellesley, Vassar, and Bryn Mawr Colleges and Tuskegee University.

Harvard University seeks $500,000 to digitize collections documenting two generations of pioneering women scientists from approximately 1840 to the 1970s. The project, estimated at more than 455,700 manuscript pages, will be completed over 3 years...

Maria Mitchell Association

Digitizing the Black Academy of Arts and Letters Records

This two-year project will digitize, describe, and make manuscripts from the Black Academy of Arts and Letters, an African-American performing and visual arts organization based in Dallas, TX. Over the 24 month time span of the project, the Univer...

Portable Channel: Digitizing a Hidden Collection of Alternative Community Television

During an 18 month project, Visual Studies Workshop (VSW) will transfer a significant portion of the Portable Channel (PC) collection from videotape to digital and create associated metadata. The material was sold to VSW after the organization clo...

Philadelphia's Historic Congregations - Political, Social and Cultural Developments in Philadelphia's early congregations.

Philadelphia, settled by William Penn in 1681 as a center for religious freedom, provided refuge for newcomers of many faiths. Records of these religious organizations provide a glimpse of who lived in the Philadelphia area prior to the days of of...

St. George's Methodist Church

Accessing Augusta: Photographs of a Changing Culture, 1940s to 1980s

Founded as the second city of colonial Georgia in 1736, Augusta and its immediate environs has witnessed cultural changes. The Wilkinson and Fitz-Symms Photo Negative Collections at the Augusta Museum of History illustrate the mid-20th century cul...

Writing and Talking: Creating Access to Conversations with 20th Century Writers in the collection of WNYC's "New York & Company”

We propose to digitize 1,700 tapes (1/4” reel, audio cassette and F-1 Beta) of "New York & Company" now known as "The Leonard Lopate Show" WNYC's Peabody Award winning arts, culture, and public affairs radio program hosted by Leonard Lopate. T...

Digitization of the Records of the Construction and Furnishing of 1 East 70th Street, businessman and art collector Henry Clay Frick's New York City mansion, 1907-1920. This building is now the home of The Frick Collection.

To digitize and make available through The Frick Collection's digital collections portal approximately fifteen linear of records related to the construction and furnishing of the 1 East 70th Street residence of businessman and art collector, Henry...

Archiving the Chinese in California: Digitizing the ethnographic collections of the Chinese Historical Museum of America and San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

The Chinese Historical Museum of America (CHSA) in San Francisco and the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM) will conduct a 36-month project to create an online repository of digitized text-based materials, objects, and photographs from th...

San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

Digitizing and Cataloging the Museum of the City of New York's Pamphlet Collection.

The Museum respectfully requests a grant of $122,132 from CLIR to provide online access to one of our largest bodies of research materials, the Pamphlet Collection, through cataloging and digitization. This collection contains nearly 1,800 multipa...

Digital Archive of Huhugam Archaeology

The Digital Archive of Huhugam Archaeology (DAHA) is a research collection that will include digital copies of a large fraction of the major unpublished archaeological reports relating to the Huhugam (also known as Hohokam) of the American Southwe...

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