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Fondren Library Small Manuscript Collections Project

This group of mostly small manuscript collections (5 lin. ft. or smaller) covers the range of subjects specialties at the Fondren Library: U.S. Civil War; Texas immigration, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, politics, urban planning, arts and archit...

Richard Hugo House Zine Archive and Publishing Project (ZAPP) catalog

Richard Hugo House, a literary arts center in Seattle, Washington, seeks support for its Zine Archive and Publishing Project (ZAPP), a collection of over 20,000 hand-made books (or zines). Zines (the word is taken from “magazine” or “fanzine”) are...

Cataloging Maps of New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic Region

The 3,600 printed and 250 manuscript maps in the project pertain to the Mid-Atlantic region and primarily depict New Jersey and its constituent parts. The maps date from the 1630s to 1994, but especially from the 1770s onward. The maps include t...

Alabama’s Legal and Political History from territory days to 1950

The materials included in this project describe and document Alabama’s cultural, political and legal history from the territorial era to early twentieth century, as noted in the collections of William H. Brantley, Jr., Joseph Willett, Jr., Joseph ...

Waiting in the Wings: Bringing San Diego Performing Arts Collections to Center Stage

With nearly 500 linear feet of records encompassing performance in all its diversity, the materials comprise an extraordinary body of primary resources documenting the rich history of theatre and the performing arts in San Diego, the United States...

Wonderland: The Joseph Cornell Study Center Collection

The Joseph Cornell Study Center Collection is comprised of approximately 320 linear feet of the artist’s source materials and studio effects, dating from the 17th to the 20th century (bulk dates 1880s-1970). One of America’s most inventive and inf...

Exposing Biodiversity Field Notebooks and Original Expedition Journals at the Smithsonian Institution

The content being exposed consists of original objects (field books, unpublished journals, expedition logs) that are held and maintained by various Smithsonian units (incl. archives and libraries) and which were produced by individuals who engaged...

Southold Historical Society Archive

The Southold Historical Society Archive contains: documents, letters, ledgers, receipts, bills, books, pamphlets, photographs, maps, etc., relating to the history of the North Fork of Long Island, NY. This includes several hamlets and villages loc...

West Virginia Statehood Papers Project

The West Virginia and Regional History Collection preserves the papers of the three individuals who, along with Abraham Lincoln, are responsible for the creation of West Virginia as the nation’s thirty-fifth state. Francis H. Pierpont (1814-1899) ...

Hidden Collections: Gifts to the Library, 1980-1989

The Clark has identified four discreet collections that were gifts to the library in its backlog of uncataloged materials that it would like to address with a CLIR grant: the Whitney S. Stoddard and S. Lane Faison gifts of Kleine Kunstf_hrer, Ge...

The Grove Press Records, 1953-1981

The collection spans formats and includes editorial records, manuscripts, legal and office files, Evergreen Review files, financial records of the Film Division, books, and miscellaneous printed material, including publishers' catalogs and posters...

Popular Music of Latin America and the Caribbean, 1950-1962: Belfer Archive's 45 rpm Collection

With the arrival of Dean Suzanne Thorin three years ago, we have increased our focus on the unique and special collections of the Belfer Audio Laboratory and Archive. Belfer holds a unique collection of Latin American and Caribbean popular music ...

Clementine Collection Rare Book Cataloging Project

The Clementine Collection is comprised of the combined personal libraries of the Albani family of Urbino and Rome, Italy. This family of minor nobility included a number of cardinals as well as Giovanni Francesco Albani who reigned as Pope Clemen...

Cataloging The Field Museum Library's Laufer Collection

Relevance: Berthold Laufer (1874-1934), one of the most distinguished Sinologists of his generation, was a renowned Asian scholar, bibliographer, linguist and collection curator. Between 1907 and 1934, Laufer built the core of the Field Museum��s...

The Louis Bromfield Collection

The substance of the Louis Bromfield collection falls into three areas: his agricultural writings (soil conservation, agronomy, hydrology); political writings preceding and during the Joseph McCarthy era; and his literary work (fiction, screenpla...

U.S. Army Military History Institute Library, Photograph, and Manuscript Collections

The Military History Institute (MHI), a division of the Army Heritage Education Center (AHEC), is one of the world’s largest repositories of primary source materials for American and military history, reflecting the nation’s rich cultural heritage...

Dashiell-Marine Collection

This is a public history collection comprised of materials from four generations of the Fell's Point line of the Dashiell-Marine family, two of America's founding Hugeonot families. The collection begins with logs and letters of sea captain and pr...

San Francisco Examiner Photograph Archive Project

The San Francisco Examiner Archive is the photographic morgue of the Examiner, a newspaper that was at one point the flagship of the Hearst publishing empire. The archive dates from circa 1920 to the late 1990s, and is estimated to consist of 3...

Archival Processing of Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles (CRP/PDC)

Founded in 1996 at Harvard University, the Civil Rights Project (CRP) serves as a multidisciplinary research/policy national think tank which focuses on the U.S. civil rights movement. In 2007 the CRP relocated to UCLA and became the Civil Rights ...

Archives of the College at Brockport: A Light on the Last 175 Years

The College Archives,established by college-wide committee in 1986 acquires and preserves historical materials having permanent administrative, educational and research value which contribute to the understanding of the history of the college from...

Delegates from Dixie: Southern Senators and Congressmen since World War II

The materials consist of the office records of four Alabama congressmen, Albert Rains, Kenneth Roberts, Carl Elliott, George W. Andrews and William Nichols; one Alabama senator, Jeremiah Denton, one Mississippi congressman, Jamie Whitten, and an a...

The Loveliest Village: A Century of Transformation in the Upland South

The project focuses on the George Rainsford Fairbanks Collection, the Charles Todd Quintard Collection, the Guerry and Hodsgon Family Collections and university lease records. Fairbanks and Quintard were both founders of the university and made c...

The Wolfsonian Florida International University (FIU) Library Archives and Ephemera Collection

The Wolfsonian - FIU library holds approximately 35,000 ephemeral items and 17 archives that illustrate the persuasive power of art and design in shaping modern culture and society during the period 1851-1945. The postcards, leaflets, calendars, a...

Hidden American Collections of Tibetan Materials

The extensive Tibetan literature in American collections was collected over the past century and a half by explorers, missionaries, diplomats, and scholars. Because Tibetan literature was largely copied and published in woodblock prints and ...

World Peace Foundation Subject Files

The World Peace Foundation Subject Files are a collection of pamphlets, broadsides, booklets and other ephemeral materials created by and relating to organized international peace movements.

Cataloging the Lawrence Journal-World Photographic Collection

The Lawrence Journal-World Photographic Collection, housed in Spencer Research Library, at the University of Kansas (KU), contains all the photographs (prints and negatives) taken by the local daily newspaper in Lawrence, Kansas from 1953-1994. Th...

The Geleve Grice Photograph Collection

The Geleve Grice Photograph Collection consists of over 70,900 images of southeast Arkansas. Through these 6,500 prints and 64,400 undeveloped negatives taken between 1942 and 2002, Grice documented the social and cultural lives of African Amer...

Rediscovering Mid-Century Modern and beyond: Making Unknown Design Collections Available

The materials to be addressed in this project were created by architects and landscape architects during the middle of the 20th Century. The records created include thousands of sketches, drawings, photographs, and project files for mid-century h...

UCSF Image Collection

The University of California, San Francisco is among the oldest academic health centers in the western US, with origins in the earliest professional schools and hospitals in California. It is the only University of California campus devoted exclus...

Alternative Press Collection

The Alternative Press Collection (APC) is one of the University of Connecticut’s signature collections. In 2007, the collection was featured in the ARL 75th anniversary publication, "Celebrating Research: Rare and Special Collections from the Mem...

Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature

The Baldwin Library, internationally renowned for over 100,000 titles of 19th and 20th century British and American children’s literature, supports worldwide research in historical, cultural, social, or literary aspects of these texts. Its 800 ea...

Florida Congressional Collections Project

The Florida Congressional Collections form part of the manuscript holdings in the P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History in the Dept. of Special and Area Studies Collections at the University of Florida. The Library contains the largest body of po...