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

This project will create accessible digital files of local, state, and federal government documents related to the field of bioethics. The documents would be drawn from multiple governmental archival collections housed at the Bioethics Research Li...

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

In the late 1960s a consortium of Texas universities undertook to preserve Mexican documents of major research significance by microfilming them. The archives, which date to 1599, consist of ecclesiastical, governmental, and private familial recor...

University of Texas at Austin

Salve Regina Public Lectures Project

McKillop Library will preserve and make available the public lectures and lecture series of Salve Regina University by digitizing, creating metadata and transcripts, and providing online access through the institute's repository, Digital Commons @...

Historic Illinois Circuit Court Collections

The Illinois Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission and Circuit Court Clerks plan to digitize historically significant documents in each county courthouse that are not accessible online. With an estimated of 65,000 items, the program empha...

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

The Brooklyn Museum, in partnership with the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), requests a grant to provide digital access to the Brooklyn Museum Library's and FIT's fashion and costume sketch collections. Both institutions hold large fashion ...

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 Lenawee District Library in partnership with the Lenawee County Historical Society, the Hudson Museum, and the W. G. Thompson House Museum will digitize collections of Lenawee County historical individuals and corporations to assist researcher...

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)

The Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) and its digitizing partners will digitize significant Catholic newspapers from the European immigration years, 1880-1919. Local papers include diocesan newspapers from Boston, Chicago, Hartford, New...

Boston College Libraries

Taylor Archives: Complete Photography Catalog

This project seeks to continue and expand the work of the Taylor Archives to preserve, document, and share the history of Paul Taylor's choreography and his companies. The primary goal of this project is to catalog, scan, upload, and share approxi...

Digitizing the Schwenkfelder Legacy Collection

The Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center (SLHC) has designed a two-year project to digitize and create detailed metadata of the Schwenkfelder Legacy Collection. Once digitized, these hidden collections will be made available on POWER Library PA...

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

The Virginia Military Institute (VMI) proposes to catalogue, digitize, and release the Col. David M. Glantz ‘63 Collection on Soviet Military History. Col. Glantz is the premier historian of the Soviet military and the former head of the U.S. Ar...

George C. Marshall Foundation

The Middle East Institute Library Visual Archives Project

The Middle East Institute (MEI) proposes to digitize three collections of images currently held in the MEI Library. The MEI Library Visual Archives Project, a two-year endeavor, will be completed in cooperation with vendors M2Schema, Immerge Techn...

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

This two-year pilot project is a natural outgrowth of SAH's three innovative online educational resources and the realization of a project to preserve and share endangered, original 35 mm slide collections created by 20th century scholars, prese...

Digitization and Rehousing of the Wyck Association Papers

This one-year project will result in approximately 9,000 scans of leaves of correspondence and journal pages, contained within 13 boxes (310 folders) of the Wyck Papers. The primary focus will be on material dating from the late 18th century thro...

Digitization of the Vera Beaudin Saeedpour Kurdish Library & Museum Collection

Binghamton University is requesting funds for the digitization of materials in the Vera Beaudin Saeedpour Kurdish Library & Museum Collection. The Saeedpour Collection is a significant assemblage of materials documenting Kurdish culture and is rep...

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

The digitization of the Cranbrook Academy of Art master's thesis collection from 1942 to 2015 will give scholars access to this rich source of information on Cranbrook's important contributions to 20th and 21st century art, design, and architectur...

Digitizing Newport Historical Society's Glass Format Photographic Collections

The Newport Historical Society (NHS) seeks to create access to approximately 13,000 glass plate negatives and lantern slides through a comprehensive digitization initiative. This project will entail not only the digitization of these physically fr...

Digitizing and Cataloging the Student Work Collection of The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Archive at The Cooper Union

The core collection of The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture Archive is a photographic archive of student work from the 1930s through the present. Largely unpublished, the collection represents a comprehensive trajectory of the pedagogy of ar...

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

The Leather Archives & Museum (LA&M), a library, museum and archives pertaining to leather, fetishism, sadomasochism, and alternative sexual practices is seeking $78,320 to fund the digitization of two collections, publication of online finding ai...

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

The Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries and Department of Landscape Architecture are collaborating on a project to provide access to the hidden collection of images of nationally known landscape architect, planner, critic, and Professor E...

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

The Chicago Cultural Alliance (CCA) will support and assist in the item level cataloging of 2700 items at a minimum of 3 member sites over the next 3 years. This project will make available a portion of CCA's member collections from DANK Haus Germ...

DANK Haus German American Cultural Center

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

This two-year project will, through digitization, turn a hidden collection into an unrivalled online resource tracing the history of Western collections of Asian art, a subject of expanding scholarly interest. In 2014, the Freer and Sackler Galler...

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

Over 1.5 years, Special Collections and Archives will digitize 1,162 audio items, 689 visual items, and 35,400 pages, and create closed-captioning from select items from four collections to create an online resource representing sixty years (1947-...

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 Norwood Historical Society began with the local history collection and papers of Fred Holland Day. We continue his legacy and want to expand the reach of our collection. We are currently undertaking a comprehensive review of our collection to ...

An Ounce of Prevention: Uncovering Hidden Public Health Pamphlets and Grey Literature through the Medical Heritage Library, 1700-2000

Building on the strong collaborative partnerships and successes of the Medical Heritage Library (MHL), the Center for the History of Medicine (CHM) proposes to digitize 11,540 rare and historically rich pamphlets and print materials held by MHL pa...

Yale University (Yale)

Digitizing the ‘World’s Most Experienced Airline’: Pan American World Airways Resources at the University of Miami, Duke University, and HistoryMiami and Development of an Aviation Portal

The University of Miami, HistoryMiami, and Duke University will collaborate to digitize 88 boxes of archival materials, 66 boxes of magazine advertisements, and 500 artifacts related to Pan American Airlines - producing approximately 180,000 digit...

Digital Public Library of America

Historic Indigenous Media Collection

Vision Maker Media (VMM), a Native American nonprofit media organization, will work with 10 cultural institution partners to create high-quality digital copies of analog collections of Native American documentary films, television productions, int...

Sequoyah National Research Center

Things I Forgot to Tell You: The Phil Moore Collection, 1918-1987

From January 2018-December 2019, the Indiana University Black Film Center/Archive will digitize the music manuscripts, lyric sheets, project files, unpublished autobiography, recordings, and photographs of composer, Hollywood arranger, and singing...

Astronomer Nancy Houk Astronomical Photographic Plate Collection

Astronomical photographic plates covering the entire night sky were taken by astronomer Nancy Houk over 30 years beginning in 1967. In this pioneering research, she used a prism on the front of the telescope and imaged spectra of stars, rather th...

Digitization of the Rhode Island Historical Society’s Revolutionary War Papers and Artifacts

The Rhode Island Historical Society (RIHS) seeks funding to digitize over 6,400 manuscripts and 46 artifacts pertaining to Rhode Island’s participation in the Revolutionary War. Researchers do not have adequate access to the materials because art...

How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Digitizing Carnegie Hall’s Programs, 1953-2017

Carnegie Hall proposes a 24-month project to digitize materials in the Programs Collection dating from 1953 to 2017. The project will digitize the final third of the Programs Collection, concluding a multi-year conservation and digitization initia...

A Seat at the Table: Critical Voices from the Late 20th Century

New York Public Radio will digitize 2,350 hours of conversations with many influential and provocative thinkers, writers, and artists of the late 20th century. Recorded on 1,700 tapes, (1/4” reel, audio cassette and F-1 Beta) they originally aired...

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Facilitating Access to CAS/PNNM’s Motion Picture Film Collection for Ecological Research

The Chicago Academy of Sciences / Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum’s (CAS/PNNM) motion picture films document biodiversity from 1925 to 1988, providing a unique mechanism to study ecological change over time. Almost all of the films are original reco...

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