Discovered 19 Entries

Illuminating New York’s Art and Performance Heritage from the 1960s to the Present: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives Audiovisual Collections

This two-year project will allow the public to discover and access, for the first time, unique audiovisual collections documenting the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's influential and vibrant history of exhibitions, performances, and public programs...

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The Maritime World in Photographs: Cataloguing the Photo Negatives of The Mariners' Museum

The Mariners’ Museum Library, the largest maritime library in the Western Hemisphere proposes cataloging at the item level over the next three years its most significant holdings of 19th and early 20th century photographic negatives. These negat...

Hidden in Plain Sight

Our project will create metadata to record significant unique characteristics of titles in the circulating collections of the U.Va. Library, focusing on 19th century titles. Many titles in our 19th century circulating collections have evidentiary...

Computer History Museum Archives Processing Project (CHM APP)

The Computer History Museum (CHM) seeks funding to process and make publicly available 26 of its most significant yet hidden collections documenting the Information Age and its ongoing impact on society. The CHM Archives Processing Project (CHM AP...

Processing the Globe Collection and Press

Johns Hopkins University and Maryland Institute College of Art will partner to oversee the arrangement, description and preservation of the archives of the Globe Collection and Press. The collection includes business records, posters, letterpress...

Maryland Institute College of Art, 1300 W Mount Royal Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217

Cataloging Cavagna: Italian imprints from the Sixteenth through the Nineteenth Century

The project will catalog some 20,000 rare Italian imprints from the 16th through 19th centuries in the historically significant Cavagna Collection, using our innovative and highly successful "Quick & Clean Rare Book Cataloging" model originally fu...

Segregated Japanese American Military Units of World War II: A Collaborative Online Repository of Oral Histories, Photos and Documents

Go For Broke National Education Center proposes a collaborative two-year project to create an online repository of oral histories, photos and documents of the Japanese American (JA) men who served in segregated units during WWII. The collection wi...

Japanese American Service Center, Chicago, IL Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee Foundation, Seattle, WA Nisei Veterans Memorial Center, Kahului, Maui, HI Military Intelligence Service Veterans Club, Honolulu, HI

Tibetan Audio-Visual Collections at Trace Foundation's Latse Library

For two decades, Trace Foundation's Latse Library has been one of the only institutions in the world comprehensively acquiring audio-visual materials from Tibetan and Himalayan regions. The collection of nearly 7,000 items is the largest of its ki...

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Living with Wilderness: Enhancing Access to the The Adirondack Museum Historic Photograph Collection

The Adirondack Museum (AM) proposes to catalog 15,000 rare images documenting the history of human interaction with the Adirondack environment, providing online access to scholars throughout the world. Making the images visible is a high priority ...

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Action in Appalachia: Revealing Public Health, Housing, and Community Development records in the UK Libraries Special Collections Research Center

This two-year project will result in 645 cubic feet of fully processed Appalachian records comprising seven hidden collections of War on Poverty-era, social justice organizational records. These community-driven groups worked to improve public hea...

Fresh Air in the Sunlight: Opening Access to Forty Years of WHYY's Fresh Air with Terry Gross

WHYY seeks support to create free access to its 38+-year collection of the Peabody Award-winning national radio program FRESH AIR WITH TERRY GROSS. Produced and owned totally by WHYY, this award-winning, weekday magazine of contemporary arts and ...

Drexel University in Philadelphia will work together with WHYY on this project as a subcontracted partner.

Bridging the Research Data Divide: Rethinking long-term value and access for historical and contemporary maternal, infant and child research

The collaborating libraries will create rich metadata for discovery, access, citation, and long-term preservation of maternal, infant, child, and youth health (MCH) research data. Work will focus on 1) historical paper and electronic research data...

University of Alberta Libraries, 116 St. and 85 Ave., Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2R3 Canada

National Educational Television Collection Catalog

The American Archive of Public Broadcasting will develop a national catalog of National Educational Television (NET) titles. NET (1952-1972) comprises the earliest public television content, about 8-10,000 titles, including some incisive social do...

Library of Congress

Arranging and Describing Storefront’s Archive

Storefront for Art & Architecture (Storefront) respectfully requests 18 months of CLIR support to process, describe, and make public its archive of programming records. These records document Storefront's diverse and influential program of over 28...

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The Wellesley Centers for Women records

Processing the records of the Wellesley Centers for Women is a one-year project to catalog and create robust finding aids for an approximately 50 linear feet collection documenting the history and activities of one of the largest gender-focused re...

Getting to the Core: Cataloging 45-RPM Records

This project results in the cataloging of approximately 64,800 45-RPM recordings of popular music over 3 years. Cataloging will be available on the open web via Bowling Green State University's online catalog and will be performed by student assis...

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We Still Scream: The Mountain Eagle/Tom and Pat Gish Archives

Appalshop seeks to create public and scholarly access to the historic paper and mixed media archives of the crusading publishers Tom and Pat Gish and The Mountain Eagle newspaper. This regional weekly in rural Appalachia is a nationally recognized...

The Mountain Eagle

La Raza Newspaper & Magazine Records: Providing Access to the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement

This three-year project will catalog a collection of 24,698 photographic negatives documenting the Mexican-descent community of Los Angeles between 1967 and 1977. These long inaccessible negatives were recovered in 2013, and represent an unprecede...

Quaker diaries, journals, commonplace books and small manuscript collections

The Haverford College Libraries request support of $59,328 to catalog and describe 166 linear feet of diaries, journals, commonplace books, other manuscript volumes and collections. As a social group, the Quakers had expansive influence in im...