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

The materials to be digitized includes drawings, paintings, sketches, printed images, and documents of historical and 20th century figures in the history of cardiology, cancer research, psychiatry, and Texas medicine. The items are on canvas, art ...

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

The Art of the Ancient Americas Collection contains 977 artifacts of pottery, jade, stone, cloth, gold and silver from more than 35 different cultural groups from North, Central and South America dating from 2000 BC to 1521 AD. Major cultures rep...

The Living Legends of Oklahoma Collection

The Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) will preserve and digitize 5000 audio files, for free public access, including: 1/4" reel-to-reel magnetic tape; audio/mpeg; Cassette Tape, and CD-ROMs from the Living Legends Collection. The interviews select...

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

Richard P. Feynman Papers Digitization Project

The Richard P. Feynman collection in the Archives of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) contains the personal and scientific papers of the most renowned American physicist of the later 20th century. Feynman began to donate his papers...

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...

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

The selected documents from the UPR Library represent a cross-section of titles representing numerous facets of philosophy, metaphysics, astrology, comparative religion, art and alchemy. The selection focused exclusively on rare, hard to locate, ...

NBC 5/KXAS Television News Video Digitization

NBC 5/KXAS (formerly WBAP), has covered regional, national, and international events for more than 60 years. The 4,000 BetacamSP tapes nominated for digitization in this project represent a significant portion of the videotape in this collection a...

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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Notable Noam Chomsky: Notes on Lectures and Public Talks

The materials to be digitized fall into two categories – class notes and notes on talks. The class notes relate to the linguistics, philosophy, and political courses Chomsky taught at MIT, as well as to other seminars and workshops he taught out...

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

The obituaries and newspaper articles were collected and organized in the late 1930s by workers on a Works Progress Administration project. Sponsored by Washington State College "The Index and Clipping Bureau" was established to collect and preser...

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.

Chronologically, the collection to be digitized comprises documents and photographs of women's work starting in the Civil War. Documents represent post-Civil War women with husbands on duty in Indian Territory on the western frontier (1870-1889). ...

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

The Mary C. Collins Family Papers are a unique collection of family materials that document the Congregationalist missionary activities to the Sioux Indians in central and northern South Dakota from 1875 to 1910. The four and a half cubic feet in ...

Summit County Archives Digitization

Our map collections cover the history of Summit County, Colorado. It includes mining, railroad, topographical and blueprints for many areas throughout the County. Our photo collections range from the 1800s through the 1970s. The photos are of vari...

Breckenridge Heritage Alliance

Rudolf M. Schindler Architectural Drawings and Photographs Online

Mark Schindler donated the papers of his father, Rudolf M. Schindler (1887-1953) to the Architecture and Design Collection of UC Santa Barbara's Art Museum in 1969. Schindler’s archive includes circa 4,100 architectural drawings (sketches, techn...

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

The Grants Mineral Belt collection is a series of aerial photography on color negative film of original large-format (9- x 9-inch) photographs. This collection was donated to the Earth Data Analysis Center by the Thomas R Mann Company, after the b...

The Snyder-Hadlock Archive Digitization and Access Project

The two collections, donated in memory of their respective researchers, contain information relating to non-renewable cultural and historical resources and are unavailable elsewhere. Unique and unpublished, these resources will be made digitally ...

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...

Digital Collection of U.S. Bioethics Commissions, Advisory Committees, and Research Panels Materials

Material consists of bound and unbound paper from local, State, and Federal Government agencies, departments, and partner institutions. Most documents are original copies, though many of the briefing books, subject files, and ancillary material re...

Microfilm collection of municipal and parochial archives from the Mexican states of Coahuila, Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, Chihuahua, and others.

Our collections include approximately 7,722 rolls of microfilm, or more than 3.86 million discrete documents, created in conjunction with Mexican institutions of higher learning. For example, Trinity University partnered with the Instituto Tecnolo...

University of Texas at Austin

Salve Regina Public Lectures Project

Public lectures at Salve Regina originate throughout several academic departments and units, the two most prominent being the lectures provided by the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy and the Atwood Lecture in the Humanit...

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

Fashion Sketch Collections: a plan to bring to light hidden collections at the Brooklyn Museum and the Fashion Institute of Technology Libraries

Brooklyn Museum: There are approximately 42,000 fashion sketches in the Brooklyn Museum Library Collection. Included is the Henri Bendel Inc.Collection containing approximately 11,000 sketches and comprising a full visual record of French couture...

Gladys Marcus Library at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)

Lenawee's Place in the Midwest: Essential Collections of Lenawee Archival Repositories (1870 - 1950)

The collections selected by the partnering organizations represent major figures or industries within Lenawee County that held important places or roles within the history of Midwest United States. The Lenawee County Historical Museum holds c...

William G. Thompson House Museum

The European Immigration Years, 1880-1919: Lay involvement and activities of local parishes, societies, schools and organizations of the American Catholic community in attending to the needs and impact of immigrants as evidenced through the Catholic Digital Newspapers Program (CDNP)

U.S. Catholic newspapers during the period of European immigration (1880-1919) are the source materials for this digitization project. Eight papers have been chosen for digitization including seven from major US cities (Boston, Hartford, New Orle...

Boston College Libraries

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 the Schwenkfelder Legacy Collection

The Schwenkfelder Legacy Collection reflects the settling of Pennsylvania in a microcosm in its depiction of the daily and spiritual life of 18th and 19th century Schwenkfelder communities, as well as other German emigrant religious dissident comm...

The Col. David M. Glantz ‘63 Collection on Soviet Military History

The Glantz collection contains both text documents and still images, mostly maps, along with a limited number of photographs. The text documents include Soviet military records, Ministry of Defense studies, military textbooks and dissertations, in...

George C. Marshall Foundation

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...

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...

Digitization and Rehousing of the Wyck Association Papers

The Wyck Association Papers are preserved offsite, on deposit with the American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia, PA), which has been servicing them for more than 30 years. The papers comprise 151.5 linear feet, with significant material from ...

Digitization of the Vera Beaudin Saeedpour Kurdish Library & Museum Collection

Binghamton University is planning to digitize materials from the Vera Beaudin Saeedpour Collection which contains a wide range of materials pertaining to politics of cultures, namely Kurdish and Middle Eastern. Subject areas represented in this c...