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Do No Harm: Discovering the Hidden History of Occupational and Environmental Health in the Dr. Robert A.Kehoe Collection

Hosted at the University of Cincinnati Libraries, this project will provide digitized images with metadata for over 160,000 pages of manuscripts, diaries and other primary sources from the Kehoe collection. Dr. Kehoe was the pioneer in early lead ...

The Institute for Advanced Study Squeeze Collection of Athenian Inscriptions

This two-year project aims to digitize the Athenian inscriptions from the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) Squeeze Collection, the world’s second largest collection of ca. 70,000 squeezes of Greek and Latin inscriptions. Squeezes of stone inscri...

Digitizing Storefront’s Archive for Web-based Public Access

Storefront for Art and Architecture requests CLIR support for an 18 month project to digitize and disseminate 47 cubic feet (cft) of core program files from its archive. Storefront’s archive contains 115 cft of material documenting over three deca...

Digitizing the New Bauhaus: Moholy-Nagy and the Institute of Design

Illinois Institute of Technology, Paul V. Galvin Library, with the support of the Institute of Design, proposes a twelve-month project to digitize a substantial portion of the Institute of Design Records, 1937-ca. 1955, to celebrate the Bauhaus ce...

AxleGrease / Public Access Collection (APAC); Squealer / Public Access Collection (SPAC)

Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center Public Access Collection project's mission is to preserve, catalog, digitize and archive and make public Squeaky Wheel's AxleGrease and Squealer Public Access Collections (APAC & SPAC).

Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center; Burchfield Penney Art Center; State University of New York at Buffalo

Digital Access to the Speeches and Writings Collection of Luis A. Ferré Aguayo (1929-2002)

The proposed project consists in the description, digitization and online access to the collection of speeches and writings of Luis A. Ferré Aguayo (1904-2003) produced between 1929 and 2002. Ferré was a prominent and towering figure in the histor...

Graduate School of Information Sciences of the University of Puerto Rico

Digitizing Apalachee: Apalachee-Spanish Mission Archaeology Document Collection

Archaeologists with the Department of Anthropology at Florida State University have investigated 17th-18th century Apalachee-Spanish Missions of La Florida since 1950, including sites located in the Florida panhandle, St. Augustine, and coastal Ge...

Ludwig von Mises Historic Archive at Grove City College

Grove City College, a small liberal arts college located in northwestern Pennsylvania, owns an archive of 20,000 pages of unpublished works by Ludwig von Mises. Mises was a leading 20th century Austrian economist and the mentor of Dr. Hans Sennhol...

The Ark Legacy Project: Fostering Open Digital Access To Live Sound Recordings of Americana Musical Performances, 1968-1980

The University of Michigan will digitize, preserve, and make available for research and teaching the most at-risk half (1968-1980) of a unique collection of live performances at The Ark in Ann Arbor, one of the oldest and most respected Americana ...

Discovering Dance in Human History: The Choreometrics-Cord Films from the Alan Lomax Performance Style and Culture Research Collection

The Association for Cultural Equity will digitize and provide access to filmed resources on traditional dance and movement. Folklorist Alan Lomax and colleagues compiled the films as part of their groundbreaking research on expressive performance ...

Emily Harvey Gallery Archive – 1982-2004; Performance Art/ Fluxus/ Concept Art/ Mail Art

The digitization of the Emily Harvey Gallery (EHG) archive will make available online rare ephemera, correspondence, photographs, videos, and audio files documenting the experimental art activities fostered by Emily Harvey between 1982 and 2004, s...

Hamlets, Houses, and Highways: Digitizing the Built Environment

Over the course of two years, UK Libraries will digitize the Kentucky Heritage Council (KHC) Kentucky Historic Resource Inventory. Started in 1966, the KHC has conducted an ongoing survey of historic sites in all 120 Kentucky counties. The invento...

Coming in from the Cold: Digitizing Hidden and At Risk Northern, Polar, and Indigenous Collections from and about Circumpolar Regions in Alaska and Canada

This 36-month project led by the Alaska Library Network will enhance accessibility to and discoverability of important northern and Arctic primary source materials not well known to the public. Participating institutions include University of Alas...

University of Alaska Anchorage, Consortium Library; University of Alberta Libraries-Edmonton; Hudson's Bay Company Archives, Archives of Manitoba; Yukon Archives-Whitehorse; Northwest Territories Archives-Yellowknife; Massachusetts Historical Society; Providence Public Library; American Museum of Natural History; Presbyterian Historical Society

The Bass Digital Archives Initiative (BDAI) for the Digitization of the Institutional, Cultural, and Artistic Holdings of the Bass Museum of Art and Expansion of Miami Beach’s Cultural Heritage and Preservation

To create a digital repository of the institutional archives of The Bass Museum of Art (The Bass) in Miami Beach, Florida. Since 1963 when the museum opened its doors to the public, photographs, works on paper, architectural papers, institutional ...

Photography and Audiovisual Digitization: Stabilization, Quality Control, Image Correction

Following an inventory review in 2017, the New Museum has prioritized digitization of its collection of archival photography and audiovisual materials, currently in a fragile state and/or facing format obsolescence, for the next major initiative f...

Great Explorations: Unlocking the Complete Visual History of the Ryan Aeronautical Company, Maker of Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis, An Airline, Flight School, and Aircraft Manufacturer

San Diego Air & Space Museum (SDASM) is home to the corporate records of Ryan Aeronautical, one of the nation’s most influential early aerospace companies. Ryan developed many significant aircraft during its history, several far ahead of their tim...

The Emperor of West Texas: Digitizing the Amon G. Carter Papers

In this one-year project, Texas Christian University’s Mary Couts Burnett Library (TCU) and the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries (UTA) will digitize and provide metadata for 34.5 linear feet of papers and 15,000 negatives documenting the...

University of Texas at Arlington (UTA)

Beyond The Well of Loneliness: Creating a Digital LGBTQ Collection from the Radclyffe Hall and Una Vincenzo, Lady Troubridge Papers at the Harry Ransom Center

The Center proposes a twenty-month project to digitize its holdings of the papers of British literary figures and partners Radclyffe Hall (1880-1943) and Una Vincenzo, Lady Troubridge (1887-1963). Drafts of Hall’s controversial 1928 novel The Well...

The Papers of Anna Roosevelt Cowles, Corinne Roosevelt Robinson, and Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt

The papers of Theodore Roosevelt’s sisters, Anna Roosevelt Cowles and Corinne Roosevelt Robinson, and of his wife, Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt, are housed at Harvard College Library. These collections have received considerably less attention tha...

Foreign Affairs Oral History Program: Digitization for Improved Access

The goal of the Digitization for Improved Access project is to transform a unique, invaluable archive of over 2000 interviews from United States Foreign Service Officers and other foreign affairs officials since WWII into an easily accessible res...

Architectural Research Slide Collection, Phase 1 Digitization

The Architectural Research Department of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation will digitize its nationally significant collection of 50,000 slides and 200 4”x5” transparencies of American buildings, sites, and objects dating from the seventeenth t...

Hanford Site Manhattan Project and Cold War Era Artifacts 3D Digital Repository

This two-year project proposes to digitize and make available in 3D format approximately 2,750 artifacts pertaining to the Plutonium processing facilities at Hanford (WA) from the beginning of the Manhattan Project in 1943 and running through the ...

B Reactor Museum Association, Richland, WA

Images in Dialog: Digitizing the Voices of Photography Collection

The Center for Creative Photography (CCP) at the University of Arizona (UA) proposes a two-year project to digitize 875 videotapes made in myriad formats from 1975-2015. The collection comprises recordings of interviews, lectures, symposia, worksh...

Digitizing 70 Years of Photography Education, 1930-2000

The Archives, part of the ArtCenter Library, is seeking grant funds for an 18 month project to digitize and make available materials documenting professional photography education from 1930-2000. This period shows the trajectory of analog photogra...

Documenting the Evolution of a Great Outdoor Museum: The Plans and Images behind Building, Shaping, and Developing The Morton Arboretum

This two-year project will enable the Sterling Morton Library of The Morton Arboretum to digitize over 7,000 plans, maps, and photographic images that document the creation and evolution of the Arboretum’s landscapes, buildings, and grounds since ...

Unearthing a Half-Century of Archaeological Research in Indiana: Digitizing the Report of Investigations and Archaeological Report Series

Ball State University’s Applied Anthropology Laboratories (BSU/AAL) executes a 24-month project digitizing over 50 years of archaeological research, making significant Indiana archaeological data accessible and searchable to professionals and publ...

Hiding in Plain Sight: Reviving the Work of Women Film Auteurs in the Digital Age

USC’s Comprehensive Annenberg Report on Diversity documents the under-representation of women directors in the Hollywood film industry, yet they are a strong presence among American independent filmmakers. Women film auteurs have been “hiding in ...

New American Cinema Group, Inc. (NACG) d/b/a Film-Makers' Cooperative (FMC)

The New Americans: Video Records of The Immigrant Experience

The three-year project is a collaboration between Media Burn Archive and Kartemquin Films to digitize, catalog, and create online access to collection of 1,200 hours of documentary video footage of new immigrants from Dominican Republic, India, Me...

Kartemquin Films

Documenting Captivity: Digitizing Slave Records of the Southeastern United States, 1785-1926

This 18-month project conducted by the Filson Historical Society will digitize materials from 18th and 19th century manuscript collections relating to enslaved African Americans in the southeastern United States, and a small number of items relate...

Archiving the Chinese in California: Digitizing the ethnographic collections of the Chinese Historical Museum of America and San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

Chinese Historical Museum of America (CHSA) in San Francisco and the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM) will conduct a 36-month project to create an online repository of digitized text-based materials, objects, and photographs from the mu...

San Diego Chinese Historical Museum

The Bat, the Elf, and the Penitent: Digitizing Political, Cultural, and Religious Serials and Ephemera of Peru

This project proposes the digitization of a corpus of rare nineteenth-century Peruvian serials, ephemeral circulars, and popular song and verse imprints held in the José E. Durand Collection at the University of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Libraries. Th...

Digitization and Re-Cataloging of the Baltimore Gas & Electric Company Image Collection

This two-year project will provide digital access to the Baltimore Gas & Electric Company Image Collection, a major research collection that chronicles the development of Baltimore between 1920 and 1975 through approximately 180,000 photographic p...