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Digitizing, Creating Access to, and Electronically Preserving the Hidden Special Collections and Archives of the Fundación Luis Muñoz Marín, San Juan, Puerto Rico

The FLMM is the multi-purpose, open to the public facility in San Juan, P.R., that contains the home, museum, visitor center, arboretum, and major Archival Collection of Luis Muñoz Marín, the first democratically elected Governor of Puerto Rico,...

University of Puerto Rico

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

Four Digital Horizons partner institutions (State Historical Society of North Dakota, North Dakota State Library, North Dakota State University, and Prairie Public Broadcasting) will digitize and create metadata for over 35,000 oral histories, pho...

Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.

"Alaska Review" Television Newsmagazine Programs and Raw Footage Digitization and Dissemination Project

"Alaska Review," a publicly-funded television newsmagazine program airing in Alaska from 1976 to 1987, covered local, state and federal issues facing the young state during a period of intense growth and development. Topics ranged from the trans-A...

Digitizing Science Friday Audio Segments: Interviews with Host Ira Flatow and Scientists, Innovators, Inventors, Technologists, and Engineers -- 25 Years of Multidisciplinary Science Dialogue

Each week for nearly 25 years, award-winning public radio host Ira Flatow has interviewed scientists, mathematicians, inventors, health professionals, artists, Nobel laureates, and politicians on the latest scientific innovations and breakthroughs...

The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Collection: Digitizing the Artifacts, Letters, and Documents of America's 23rd President, Benjamin Harrison, including artifacts from his grandfather William Henry Harrison and other family members.

The IUPUI University Library Center for Digital Scholarship will collaborate with the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site to digitize the documents, photographs, and artifacts of America's 23rd president. President Harrison served our country from...

Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

Digitization, cataloging and access to the collection of Historical Speeches and Writings of Luis A. Ferré Aguayo

The project encompasses the digitization, cataloging and access to the collection of speeches and writings by Luis A. Ferré Aguayo (1904-2003), a prominent Puerto Rican man who was an engineer, industrialist, governor of Puerto Rico, musician, ph...

Graduate School of Science and Technology, University of Puerto Rico

James G. Swan, 19th Century Renaissance Man in the Pacific Northwest: Papers, Journals, and Correspondence from 1833 - 1909

The University of Washington (UW), University of British Columbia (UBC), and Seattle's Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) propose a two-year project to digitize the three largest collections of James Gilchrist Swan's archival materials and mak...

University of British Columbia (UBC)

The KNTV Channel 11 News Archive: Revealing the 1960s Experience in San Jose and the Salinas Valley

History San José will digitize a portion of the KNTV Channel 11 news archive between May 1966 and June 1968, including 1500 16mm black and white films and 276 transcripts, comprising daily broadcasts of local, state, and national news. Nearly 450...

Tracking the Past: Unearthing America's Hidden Trolley Legacy through Digitized Images and Text

This two-year-long project will digitize 4000 photographs, 3000 negatives, and 100 tourist booklets documenting the history of electric railways in the United States. The collections belong to the New England Electric Railway Historical Society (...

New England Electric Railway Historical Society

Digitizing the Archival Collection of Ernest Holmes and New Thought History for Worldwide Distribution and Accessibility

The Science of Mind is "a philosophy, a faith, a way of life" that impacts lives worldwide. The unique archival history and manuscripts of Ernest Holmes, the founder of Science of Mind, as well as other founding leaders of New Thought History are ...

Digital Archiving project

This project aims to digitize a portion of the holdings of the Clatsop County Historical Society in Astoria, Oregon. Currently, the museum has these photographic collections: Frank Woodfield collection (ca. 1902 - 1944) Daily Astorian negatives ...

From Beautiful City to Livable City: Selections from The Municipal Art Society's Archives

The Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS) requests funding to digitize a portion of its archival collections – publications, newsletters, reports, audio and audiovisual recordings – that document both MAS's activities over a 115 year period...

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New York City Hall Park Archaeological Collections

New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, in partnership with the Museum of the City of New York, seeks to verify, catalog, and digitize the archaeological collection excavated in City Hall Park in Lower Manhattan. City Hall completed in 18...

Museum of the City of New York

Sam Howe Ledgers: Uncovering Crime in the West

History Colorado seeks to create public and scholarly access through cataloging and digitization of the Sam Howe Ledgers in our collection. In 1874, Sam Howe was appointed one of Denver's original thirteen policemen. These 71 ledgers, from 1863-19...

Showcasing Medical Art: Providing Access to the Medical Arts Publishing Foundation Collection

The McGovern Historical Center (MHC) seeks to provide access to the Medical Arts Publishing Foundation Collection through the digitization, description and online presentation of approximately 1,100 works of original art, ranging from illustratio...

Orlando Museum of Art – Art of the Ancient Americas Collection – Open Access Digital Catalog project. Approximately 1,000 Pre-Columbian artifacts of varying materials from 35 cultural groups in Mesoamerica and South America dating from 2000 BC to 1521 AD will be digitized and made freely

This funding request is for the creation of an online digital database catalog that will feature the OMA's 1,000 object Art of the Ancient Americas collection. The project will take place over two years from January 2016 until December 2017. T...

The Living Legends of Oklahoma Collection

The Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) plans to digitize and make available <5000> Audio files including: 1/4" Reel Tape; audio/mpeg; Cassette Tape; CD-ROMs from the Living Legends Collection. The interviews selected will reflect the state's politi...

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

Saratoga Springs was THE place ‘to see and be seen' socially, and the popularity of stereographic images of the "scenes” was international. While many of these images exist in multiple repositories, often the descriptions are minimal and the ...

Saratoga Springs Historical Society- the Saratoga History Museum

Richard P. Feynman Papers Digitization Project

The Caltech Archives acquired the personal papers of Richard Feynman in the period between 1968 and 1988. In 2015, on the 50th anniversary of Feynman's receipt of the Nobel Prize in physics and of the publication of The Feynman Lectures on Physics...

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 University of Texas at Arlington Libraries proposes digitization of approximately 105,000 negatives from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection, 1934-1955. This time period includes significant historical events such as the end of the Great D...

Collection: UPR Library Collection Project Title: Sharing World Wisdom Because We Should

The purpose of the project is to digitize the University of Philosophical Research's Library's rare, out of print, and collectible books, manuscripts, periodicals devoted to art, astrology, comparative religion, ancient through modern philosophy, ...

NBC 5/KXAS Television News Video Digitization

This two-year project will digitize, describe, and make accessible 2,000 hours of historic broadcast footage from the NBC 5/KXAS television news collection held at the University of North Texas. NBC 5/KXAS (formerly WBAP), is the oldest news stati...

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

The Hidden Past of the Pass is a two-year project that will focus on the hidden history of the area known as "the Pass”, which includes El Paso, Texas; Ciudad Juarez, Mexico; west Texas; northern Mexico; and southern New Mexico. This project wil...

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Notable Noam Chomsky: Notes on Lectures and Public Talks

Noam Chomsky is considered the founder of modern theoretical linguistics. An influential academic, he is Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Chomsky donated his papers to the MIT Institute Archives & Special Coll...

Obituaries and unprocessed news clippings from The Works Progress Administration Index and Clipping bureau collection at Washington State University.

The project will digitize and archive 14 boxes ( approximately 5000 items ) of Washington obituaries dating from 1900 to the late 1930's and digitize; archive 10 boxes of unprocessed news clippings and newspapers from U.S newspapers dati...

Out of the Shadows: A project to digitize, grow, and maintain a substantial collection of documents, images, objects, and other evidence of women's military activities to provide at the Smithsonian Institution a foundation for research and study in the developing field of women's military history from antiquity to the present.

Throughout history women have served important and vital roles in military institutions everywhere, yet military historiography reflects astonishingly little of women's activities in the armed forces. This model archive and research collection wil...

Digital Gateway: A Crowdsourcing Activity to South Dakota Native American History

The South Dakota State Archives proposes to digitize three significant collections that address Native Americans in South Dakota. These collections will be digitized in two years and made available online through the South Dakota Digital Archive...

Summit County Archives Digitization

The Summit Historical Society is partnering with the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance to digitize collections held by each organization. We have worked collaboratively within the last year to establish the Sandra F. Pritchard Mather Archive Room whe...

Breckenridge Heritage Alliance

Rudolf M. Schindler Architectural Drawings and Photographs Online

The Art, Design & Architecture Museum, UC Santa Barbara will digitize and make universally available the architectural drawings, photographs and negatives for the 485 projects in the Rudolf M. Schindler Papers.Our project will take two years. Imag...

Aerial Photography Collection of the Grants Mineral Belt, New Mexico, Thomas R. Mann & Associates

Over a two-year period the Earth Data Analysis Center (EDAC) at The University of New Mexico and the New Mexico Resource Geographic Information System (RGIS) will digitize, georeference and serve on-line an aerial photography collection donated to...

The Snyder-Hadlock Archive Digitization and Access Project

The object of this undertaking is the inventory, digitization, catalog, and web posting of records pertaining to: 1)work in the western US by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), 1933-53, and 2) documentation work regarding ancient rock art site...

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

In early 2014, the WNP received a large collection of historical photographic materials from Greg Gaar, a local photographer and collector, in order to conserve, digitize, and make these images available to the public via the WNP website. Since th...