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The Digitization of the Cranbrook Academy of Art Master's Thesis Collection

The Cranbrook Academy of Art master's thesis collection began in 1942 when the school first became a degree-granting institution. The submission of a thesis is part of the graduation requirements. The text describes the student's work, materials...

Digitizing Newport Historical Society's Glass Format Photographic Collections

The Newport Historical Society’s photographic collection contains approximately 200,000 images that date from the beginning of photography to today and represents a comprehensive visual history of Newport, Rhode Island. The Society's glass forma...

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. ...

Leathersex Underground & the Formation of a Subculture: The Michele Buchanan and Jim Kane Digitization Project

Items selected for digitization from the Michele Buchanan Collection, donated by Michele Buchanan, are as follows: personal photographs of Michele, Vi Johnson, Leonard Dworkin; club and event ephemera for The Eulenspiegel Society, Lesbian Sex Mafi...

Edward L. Blake Jr. Landscape Architecture Collection of Slides.

Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries and the Department of Landscape Architecture are collaborating on a project to provide access to the slide collection of nationally known landscape architect, planner, critic, and Professor Edward L. Bl...

Alliance Community Collections, A Shared Digital Archive of Chicago's Ethnic Communities

Chicago is known as a city of neighborhoods with distinct communities. CCA is a reflection of that fact in its formation and make-up; currently, membership is capped at 35 organizations and serves over 25 Chicago area ethnic groups. CCA has cond...

DANK Haus German American Cultural Center

Tracing Asian Art History in the West: Charles Lang Freer's Collections, Archival Papers and Library

Charles Lang Freer (1854 – 1919), donated his collection of Asian and American art of the Aesthetic Movement to the nation in 1906 to form the Freer Gallery of Art of the Smithsonian. Freer is unique among collectors in that he kept detailed rec...

From the Cold War to the Wilderness: Digitizing the Audiovisual Archives of Senator Frank Church

This project will bring together interviews, campaign publicity, speeches, and other audiovisual and paper materials from four collections: Frank Church Papers, Bethine Church Papers (wife), LeRoy Ashby and Rod Gramer Collection on Frank Church (b...

Digitizing the collection of papers and artifacts pertaining to the history of Norwood, Massachusetts and continuing the work of local resident Fred Holland Day to narrate this history.

The collection consists of items housed in the Fred Holland Day House (including that structure itself), and all items belong to the Norwood Historical Society. Day’s notes on local history and Norwood families are the core of this collection, a...