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Books, videos
Grant details: AC-264090-19
Name: Books, videos
Abstract: A DVD and books were acquired by Felician University Library to support the new minor and certificate programs funded by this grant.
Director: PD: Sherida Yoder; LIbrary Director: Jodi Shelley
Year: 2020
Address: Felician University Library, 260 South Main St., Lodi, NJ 07644
Primary URL: http:// N/A word doc
Primary URL Description: This is a word doc.


library
Grant details: BH-261659-18
Name: library
Abstract: We purchased the following books for the project- to be used by staff and participants: Bailey, Richard, "Race & Redemption in Puritan New England", 2011 Carretta, Vincent, "Phillis Wheately: Biography of a Genius in Bondage", 2011 Chan, Alexandra, "Slavery in the Age of Reason", 2007 Gerzina, Gretchen Holbrook, "Mr. & Mrs. Prince: How an Extraordinary 18th C. Family Moved Out of Slavery & into Legend", 2008 Hardesty, Jared, "Unfreedom: Slavery and Dependence in 18th C. Boston", 2016 Laiz, Jana, & Ann-Elizabeth Barnes, "A Free Woman on God's Earth", 2009 Lasky, Kathryn, "A Voice of Her Own: the Story of Phillis Wheatley Slave Poet", 2003 Manegold, C.S., "Ten Hills Farm: the Forgotten History of Slavery in the North", 2010 Melish, Joanne, "Disowning Slavery", 1998 Sammon, Mark & Valerie Cunningham, "Black Portsmouth", 2004 Stinson, Susan, "Spider in a Tree: a Novel of the 1st Great Awakening", 2013 Wall, Patricia, "Child Out of Place: a Story of New England", 2004 Wall, Patricia, "Lives of Consequence: Blacks in Early Kittery and Berwick in the Massachusetts of Maine", 2017 Whitfield, Harvey Amani, "The Problem of Slavery in Early Vermont", 2014
Director: Lynne Manring
Year: 2017


The Queen of the Night. A story of love, crime and intrigue in wicked New York. [New York]: Richmond and Co., [1871] (Richmond’s novels, new series, no. 18)
Grant details: CH-20626-00
Name: The Queen of the Night. A story of love, crime and intrigue in wicked New York. [New York]: Richmond and Co., [1871] (Richmond’s novels, new series, no. 18)
Abstract: This is one of several very rare titles from the “Richmond’s novels” series that AAS recently acquired. Apparently unrecorded, The Queen of the Night is rather archly credited to “the author of ‘One thousand popular tales’”—a reference to a book title, or to one of the ultra-prolific dime novel writers of the time? The Queen of the Night reveals for us the highs and lows of life in “wicked New York.” It begins at Sing-Sing, where remorseful convict Whiskie is breaking rocks, only to encounter his former partner in crime, the manipulative, cold-blooded gang leader Slippery Blacksmith. Whiskie resists Slippery’s unrefusable offer, only to die—or so Slippery thinks, before he breaks out of Sing-Sing. Months later, a freed Whiskie has reinvented himself as “Hugh Mortimer,” a gentleman in pursuit of Gretchen, a wealthy young resident of fashionable Fifth Avenue. But the “Queen of the Night,” who shines in the most select social circles as easily as she dominates the New York underworld, conspires with Slippery to turn Whiskie’s designs to their own advantage. Many lurid plot twists later, Whiskie casts his nemeses into a watery grave and marries the still-undefiled Gretchen. Purchased from Peter Luke. NEH Challenge Fund. ~ David Whitesell
Year: 2012


Waterbury, Jared Bell, 1799-1876. The soldier from home. New York: American Tract Society, [1861-1865]
Grant details: CH-20626-00
Name: Waterbury, Jared Bell, 1799-1876. The soldier from home. New York: American Tract Society, [1861-1865]
Abstract: One of two recently acquired pocket-format Civil War-era works authored by Waterbury. Having previously written a number of American Tract Society pamphlets, Waterbury turned his attention during the Civil War to works for soldiers and their loved ones back home. The soldier from home offers a fascinating contemporary perspective on the topic of postal communication with soldiers—all the more important today because of the mass of surviving correspondence and the numerous edited compilations being published during this sesquicentennial period. Waterbury first outlines the mundane details of camp life and the routines of sending and receiving mail, thus enabling those at home to visualize more clearly the importance of letters in soldiers’ daily lives. He then offers pointers on what to write, the effect that letters have on their recipients, dealing with the uncertainty caused by lost letters, preparing for receipt of the dreaded letter addressed in an unknown hand and bearing a black seal, and the solace to be derived from reading what one now knows to be “the last letter.” Purchased from Steve Finer. NEH Challenge Fund. ~ David Whitesell
Year: 2011


McKinney-Whitehead-Rowland Research Materials
Grant details: CH-50406-07
Name: McKinney-Whitehead-Rowland Research Materials
Abstract: A research collection that documents the individuals and decorative arts consumption of three interrelated families from Augusta, Georgia. The museum has 17 objects from these families in its permanent collection.
Director: William U. Eiland
Year: 2011
Address: Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts Georgia Museum of Art University of Georgia 90 Carlton Street Athens, GA 30602-6719
Primary URL: http://www.georgiamuseum.org
Primary URL Description: Webiste of the Georgia Museum of Art
Secondary URL: http://georgiamuseum.org/learn/study-centers
Secondary URL Description: Link to the website describing the Study Centers in the Humanities, of which the Green Center is a part.


Georgia Mercantile Research Collection
Grant details: CH-50406-07
Name: Georgia Mercantile Research Collection
Abstract: An expanding collection of original and secondary materials pertaining to mercantile activity surrounding the decorative arts in 19th century Georgia
Director: William U. Eiland
Year: 2014
Address: Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts Georgia Museum of Art University of Georgia 90 Carlton Street Athens, GA 30602-6719
Primary URL: http://www.georgiamuseum.org
Primary URL Description: Website of the Georgia Museum of Art
Secondary URL: http://georgiamuseum.org/learn/study-centers
Secondary URL Description: Link to a description of the Georgia Museum of Art Study Centers in the Humanities, of which the Green Center is a part


Ilonka Karasz Research Materials
Grant details: CH-50406-07
Name: Ilonka Karasz Research Materials
Abstract: Extensive research files created by the curator for the 2004 exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art
Director: William U. Eiland
Year: 2011
Address: Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts Georgia Museum of Art University of Georgia 90 Carlton Street Athens, GA 30602-6719
Primary URL: http://www.georgiamuseum.org
Primary URL Description: Website of the Georgia Museum of Art
Secondary URL: http://georgiamuseum.org/learn/study-centers
Secondary URL Description: Link to a description of the Georgia Museum of Art Study Centers in the Humanities, of which the Green Center is a part


Henry Eugene Thomas Research Materials [show prizes]
Grant details: CH-50406-07
Name: Henry Eugene Thomas Research Materials
Abstract: The extensive research files created by the curator for the book and exhibition of 2012.
Director: William U. Eiland
Year: 2012
Address: Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts Georgia Museum of Art University of Georgia 90 Carlton Street Athens, GA 30602-6719
Primary URL: http://www.georgiamuseum.org
Primary URL Description: Website of the Georgia Museum of Art
Secondary URL: http://georgiamuseum.org/learn/study-centers
Secondary URL Description: Link to a description of the Georgia Museum of Art Study Centers in the Humanities, of which the Green Center is a part


Bookout Papers
Grant details: CH-50406-07
Name: Bookout Papers
Abstract: Professor Tim Bookout of Georgia State University is a distinguished scholar of Southeastern Native America n basketry and midwestern Kentucky Shaker furniture. This collection documents his scholarship and exhibition activity in both realms.
Director: William U. Eiland
Year: 2014
Address: Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts Georgia Museum of Art University of Georgia 90 Carlton Street Athens, GA 30602-6719
Primary URL: http://www.georgiamuseum.org
Primary URL Description: Website of the Georgia Museum of Art
Secondary URL: http://georgiamuseum.org/learn/study-centers
Secondary URL Description: Link to a description of the Georgia Museum of Art Study Centers in the Humanities, of which the Green Center is a part


The Colonial Dames Georgia Decorative Arts Survey
Grant details: CH-50406-07
Name: The Colonial Dames Georgia Decorative Arts Survey
Abstract: Sponsored by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Georgia and executed over three years from 1986 to 1989, the survey documents more than 4,300 objects dating from 1733 to 1915 at approximately 870 sites in 73 counties in Georgia. The objects include furniture, metalwork, ceramics and textiles. The museum received the collection in 2000 but it only became readily accessible when the Study Centers in the Humanities opened in 2011.
Director: William U. Eiland
Year: 2011
Address: Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts Georgia Museum of Art University of Georgia 90 Carlton Street Athens, GA 30602-6719
Primary URL: http://www.georgiamuseum.org
Primary URL Description: Website of the Georgia Museum of Art
Secondary URL: http://georgiamuseum.org/learn/study-centers
Secondary URL Description: Link to a description of the Georgia Museum of Art Study Centers in the Humanities, of which the Green Center is a part


William and Florence Griffin Research Materials
Grant details: CH-50406-07
Name: William and Florence Griffin Research Materials
Abstract: The Griffins were pioneer collectors of vernacular Georgia furniture and pottery. This collection contains files for the extensive research that led to the watershed 1982 exhibition “Neat Pieces” at the Atlanta History Center.
Director: William U. Eiland
Year: 2013
Address: Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts Georgia Museum of Art University of Georgia 90 Carlton Street Athens, GA 30602-6719
Primary URL: http://www.georgiamuseum.org
Primary URL Description: Website of the Georgia Museum of Art
Secondary URL: http://georgiamuseum.org/learn/study-centers
Secondary URL Description: Link to a description of the Georgia Museum of Art Study Centers in the Humanities, of which the Green Center is a part


Machteld J. Mellink Collection in Near Eastern and Anatolian Archaeology
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Name: Machteld J. Mellink Collection in Near Eastern and Anatolian Archaeology
Abstract: This was a large donation of the library of Machteld J. Mellink, courtesy Bryn Mawr College. ARIT has accessioned approximately 3,000 volumes including 2,600 monographs and 400 journal volumes. In addition there is a large collection of annotated offprints. Duplicates in the collection are used for trade and sale to enhance library collection and benefit library collections at Turkish institutions.
Director: ARIT Ankara Director, Dr. Elif Denel (9/2009 - present)
Director: ARIT Ankara Director, Dr. Bahadir Yildirm, 2002-2009
Year: 2007
Address: American Research Institute in Turkey, Ankara Temsilcilik Sehit Ersan 24/9 Cankaya Ankara Turkey
Primary URL: http://www.dlir.org/projects.html
Primary URL Description: The web link provides access to the union catalog of the Digital Library for International Research (DLIR) which incorporates access to ARIT Ankara library holdings.


American Board of Missions library collection
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Name: American Board of Missions library collection
Abstract: The American Board of Missions donated its library collection to the ARIT Istanbul Library. The library consists of c. 1300 books and 1000 journals. 95% of the books are in English, and they are a valuable collection of often rare books from the 19th and 20th centuries on the Ottoman world, Islam, and Christian missions. There is a collection of more than 725 pamphlets. And there are c. 300 books and journals published by the American Board itself, in the various languages of the Ottoman Empire.
Director: ARIT Istanbul director, Dr. Antony Greenwood
Year: 2010
Address: American Research Institute in Turkey, Istanbul Temsilcilik Uvez Sokak no. 5 Arnavutkoy Istanbul Ankara
Primary URL: http://www.dlir.org/projects.html
Primary URL Description: The web link provides access to the union catalog of the Digital Library for International Research (DLIR) which incorporates access to the ARIT Istanbul Library holdings.


American Board of Missions Document Archive
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Name: American Board of Missions Document Archive
Abstract: The archives of the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions is currently stored offsite and closed to researchers, pending processing by ARIT. The collection comprises approximately 500,000 pages of primary documents, including the administrative reports and correspondence, organization documents and financial records of the American Board missions and stations that span nearly two hundred years (1820-2010) of activity in the area of what was then the Ottoman Empire, including the Balkans and northern Syria. It contains invaluable eye-witness accounts of regions of the Middle East and eastern Europe during an important period in Late Ottoman history and offers a huge collection of unpublished and unstudied materials that give evidence for an important unwritten chapter on American diplomacy in Turkey, the Balkans, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East.
Director: Dr. Antony Greenwood
Year: 2012
Address: American Research Institute in Turkey Istanbul Temsilcilik Uvez Sokak No. 5 Arnavutkoy 34345 Istanbul Turkey
Primary URL: http://dlir.org/about-arit-i-digital-library.html
Primary URL Description: Introduction of the collection and some initial postings of content
Secondary URL: http://globalministries.org/news/mee/ucc-and-arit-agree-on.html
Secondary URL Description: Press release announcing the transfer of the archive from the United Church of Christ, Global Ministries to ARIT.


American Board of Missions Photographic Archive Collection
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Name: American Board of Missions Photographic Archive Collection
Abstract: This collection contains approximately 3,000 images submitted together with mission reports. Most date from 1830 through 1919, when the mission institutions were in full stride. The missionaries were encouraged to explore their surroundings and record and report their observations. The photographs provide some of the earliest recorded information on the cultures the missionaries encountered - flora and fauna; manners and customs; landscape and built environment. Temporarily housed off-site, the collection is not yet accessible to researchers, pending processing by ARIT.
Director: Dr. Antony Greenwood
Year: 2012
Address: American Research Institute in Turkey, Istanbul Temsilcilik Uvez Sokak No. 5 Arnavutkoy 34345 Istanbul Turkey


Newly discovered Ah Quin Diary #11
Grant details: FB-55535-11
Name: Newly discovered Ah Quin Diary #11
Abstract: After the death of a family member, the surviving spouse found another Ah Quin diary. It takes place in San Diego and will be #11. We have facilitated donation to the San Diego history center where it will join the other ten volumes.
Year: 2014
Address: San Diego History Center, Prado, Balboa Park.


donation of digital photographs of Cairo
Grant details: FEL-257596-18
Name: donation of digital photographs of Cairo
Abstract: A collection of digital photographs of the Tomb of Shajar al-Durr and Tomb of the Abbasid Caliphs, donated to the Aga Khan Program's archnet archive at MIT..
Director: D. Fairchild Ruggles (photographer)
Year: 2019
Address: Aga Khan Documentation Center MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 77 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE CAMBRIDGE MA 02139
Primary URL: http://archnet.org


Newburgh Urban Renewal Agency Records
Grant details: HAA-261267-18
Name: Newburgh Urban Renewal Agency Records
Abstract: In 2018, project personnel facilitated the transfer of about 100 cubic feet of the records of the Newburgh Urban Renewal Agency from the city to M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives at University at Albany, SUNY. Per city historian Mary McTamaney, these records were in danger of being destroyed. Their processing and rehousing has been delayed because of COVID-19.
Director: David Hochfelder
Director: Ann Pfau
Director: Stacy Sewell
Year: 2018


Voucher collections of plants from ethnobotanical collections
Grant details: HD-228866-15
Name: Voucher collections of plants from ethnobotanical collections
Abstract: Over the past year of the grant the PI, Amith, has created an extensive resource of ethnobotanical material from communities speaking Sierra Nororiental de Puebla Nahuat. He as worked in the municipalities of Cuetzalan and Huitzilan de Serdan, collecting approximately 1000 vouchers associated with plants that are named, classified, and (often) used by the Indigenous villages in which he has worked. He has also developed extended collaboration with David Beck (Dept. Linguistics, U. of Alberta) who has committed himself and his students to extend ethnobotanical research to four Totonac communities in the Sierra Norte and Nororiental de Puebla. Preliminary research has begun in one of these communities: Chicontla. The voucher plant specimens have been and are being deposited in MEXU (the national herbarium of Mexico), HUAP (the state herbarium of Puebla, Mexico), US (the national herbarium of the United States at the Smithsonian), and MO (the Missouri Botanical Gardens). An additional voucher is saved to give to a taxonomist specialist for determination to species. In sum, Amith and Beck have created material collections in terms of plant voucher specimens deposited in major herbaria and accompanied (on the labels) by botanical and ethnobotanical data.
Director: Jonathan D. Amith
Year: 2015


OREGON DIGITAL: UNIQUE DIGITAL COLLECTION FROM OSU AND UO LIBRARIES
Grant details: HD-51110-10
Name: OREGON DIGITAL: UNIQUE DIGITAL COLLECTION FROM OSU AND UO LIBRARIES
Abstract: The Petrarch Open Book Project has enriched access to several Petrarch texts, including Ettore Modigliani's edition of the Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta; the commentary by Alessandro Vellutello (1525); the French translation by Vasquin Philieul (16th century), the Incunabulum Queriniano G V 15; and the Cod. Queriniano D II 21. Wherever possible, the texts were made keyword searchable through optical character recognition. The poems of each manuscript have been identified and matched with the corresponding poem in the Canzoniere. All of these texts have been made available for anyone to access and use for research. The metadata is also available via the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, making the texts available to be re-used in other projects.
Director: Karen Estlund, Head of Digital Library Services at the University of Oregon
Year: 2011
Primary URL: https://oregondigital.org/cdm4/browse.php?CISOROOT=/petrarch
Primary URL Description: Digital Library Services at the University of Oregon, is responsible for the creation of the digital repository associated with the OPOB.


Knott House Collection
Grant details: PA-51825-06
Name: Knott House Collection
Abstract: The Knott House Museum (KHM) is a 164 year old home with the belongings of W.V. and Luella Knott, who moved into the house in 1928. Historical themes include the Great Depression, 20th century political history, women’s movements, and art in the 1930s. Materials were purchased, artifacts packed and moved to off-site storage; storage furniture was purchased, assembled and installed; artifacts were returned, stored, and location listed on the inventory. The new shelving increased the linear feet of storage from 202 to 505. The increased capacity made it possible to properly shelve and care for artifacts. Wooden platforms were replaced with properly-coated adjustable metal shelving. This eliminated the harmful vapors from wood as well as the acid migration, so harmful to textiles and paper. Crowding was eliminated and artifacts were removed from boxes so they are accessible. Archival materials were placed in filing cabinets and books shelved. The ability to use and study the collection has improved. Location codes on each shelf make it possible to find any artifact. Labor for inventories before and after the move was provided by two graduate interns, Steffany Hagler and Allison Eaton. After the project, Ms. Hagler was hired as a curator at the Museum of Florida History and Ms Eaton was hired by the National Archives. The NEH project at KHM provided experience that was vital to the students’ career goals.
Director: Beatrice Cotellis
Director: Lisa Barton
Year: 2007
Address: Knott House Museum 301 East Park Avenue Tallahassee, FL 32301
Primary URL: http://www.museumoffloridahistory.com/about/sites/
Primary URL Description: Website for the Knott House Museum & Museum of Florida History


Yolanda Lastra MesoAmerican Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Yolanda Lastra MesoAmerican Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection consists of recordings made by Dra. Lastra from 1959 to the present day of Mesoamerican languages in the Nahuatl and Otomí language families.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2010
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org
Primary URL Description: AILLA is a digital archive of recordings and texts in and about the indigenous languages of Latin America.


Laura Cervantes Costa Rican Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Laura Cervantes Costa Rican Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection consists of recordings made by Dra. Cervantes from 1986 to 2006 of the Bribri language of Costa Rica. Dra. Cervantes' Masters Thesis is also included.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Director: Anthony C. Woodbury
Year: 2010
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org/site/welcome.html
Primary URL Description: AILLA is a digital archive of recordings and texts in and about the indigenous languages of Latin America.


Nicholas Hopkins Mayan Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Nicholas Hopkins Mayan Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection consists of audio and video recordings made by Dr. Hopkins from 1964 to 2002 of the Mexican Mayan languages Chuj and Chol. Dr. Hopkins' dissertation and many transcriptions and translations are also included.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2010
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org
Primary URL Description: AILLA is a digital archive of recordings and texts in and about the indigenous languages of Latin America.


Laura Martin Mayan Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Laura Martin Mayan Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection consists of audio recordings, transcriptions, translations and other field notes and articles created by Dr. Martin from 1973 to the present of the Mayan languages Q'anjob'al and Mocho.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2010
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org
Primary URL Description: AILLA is a digital archive of recordings and texts in and about the indigenous languages of Latin America.


Jane and Kenneth Hill Nahuatl Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Jane and Kenneth Hill Nahuatl Collection
Abstract: The Hill collection includes recordings in the Nahuatl of Tlaxcala and Cupeño, among others. There are over 100 recordings in the collection, many of which are accompanied by transcriptions and translations.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2009
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org
Primary URL Description: Welcome to AILLA AILLA is a digital archive of recordings and texts in and about the indigenous languages of Latin America.


Kathryn Josserand Mesoamerican Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Kathryn Josserand Mesoamerican Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection includes audio recordings, transcriptions, translations and field notes, created in the 1970's and 1980's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2009
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Colette Grinevald Rama Language and Culture Project Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Colette Grinevald Rama Language and Culture Project Collection
Abstract: This collection contains audio recordings in a wide range of genres; photographs; pedagogical materials for teaching the Rama language; and articles by Prof. Grinevald.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2006
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Arthur P. Sorensen, Jr. Amazonian Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Arthur P. Sorensen, Jr. Amazonian Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection includes photographs, audio recordings, transcriptions, translations and field notes, created in the 1960's and 1970's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2010
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Chatino Language Documentation Project Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Chatino Language Documentation Project Collection
Abstract: This collection consists of audio recordings, photographs, annotations, and analyses of a wide range of discourse genres in all the Chatino languages; and datasets, analyses, and pedagogical materials on the languages themselves.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2011
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Alan R. and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom Nahuatl Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Alan R. and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom Nahuatl Collection
Abstract: This collection includes audio recordings, transcriptions, translations and field notes, created in the 1990's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2010
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Rosaleen Howard Quechua Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Rosaleen Howard Quechua Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection includes audio and video recordings, transcriptions, translations and field notes, created from the 1980's to the present.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2011
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.edu


Ellen Basso Kalapalo Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Ellen Basso Kalapalo Collection
Abstract: This collection includes audio recordings, transcriptions, translations and field notes, created from the 1960's to the 1990's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2007
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Jonathan Hill Curripaco Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Jonathan Hill Curripaco Collection
Abstract: This collection includes audio recordings, transcriptions, translations and field notes, created in the 1980's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2007
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Salvador Bucca Argentinian Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Salvador Bucca Argentinian Languages Collection
Abstract: This large collection contains all of the recordings made by Prof. Bucca in the course of his many decades of research into the indigenous languages of Argentina.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2006
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org
Primary URL Description: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin


Lucía Golluscio Argentinian Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Lucía Golluscio Argentinian Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection consists of audio recordings in a wide range of discourse genres.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2006
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


John Haviland Tzotzil Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: John Haviland Tzotzil Collection
Abstract: This is a large collection of video and audio recordings created from the 1970's to the present decade.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2010
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Ernest Migliazza Amazonian Languages
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Ernest Migliazza Amazonian Languages
Abstract: This large collection of audio recordings frm the 1960's includes songs, myths, Wayamó trade talk, narratives and Brazilian National Museum word list elicitations for many Amazonian languages, some of which are now extinct. There are also recordings in several languages of Panama.
Abstract: This is a large collection of audio recordings of many languages made in the 1960's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2006
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Edward and Mary Moser Seri Language Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Edward and Mary Moser Seri Language Collection
Abstract: A large and eclectic collection of recordings made in the 1960's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2009
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


John Fought Mayan Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: John Fought Mayan Languages Collection
Abstract: The Ch'orti' materials that form the bulk of this fine collection consist of several hundred recordings made between 1964 and 1967 in Guatemala, field notes and photographs. There are also recordings, notes, and photographs for Chol and Chontal of Tabasco. All of these materials were digitized by Dr. Fought with the support of a grant from the National Science Foundation program for Documenting Endangered Languages.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2009
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Victoria Bricker Mayan Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Victoria Bricker Mayan Languages Collection
Abstract: Recordings in Tzotzil, Yucateco and other Mayan languages, many with transcriptions and translations, from the 1960's and 1970's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2008
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


John McDowell Colombian Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: John McDowell Colombian Languages Collection
Abstract: These audio recordings, of exceptionally high quality, are accompanied by transcriptions and translations into English.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Janet Chernela Tucanoan Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Janet Chernela Tucanoan Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection includes audio recordings, transcriptions, translations and field notes, created in the 1970's and 1980's.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Marie-Claude Mattei Müller Venezuelan Languages Collection
Grant details: PD-50003-06
Name: Marie-Claude Mattei Müller Venezuelan Languages Collection
Abstract: This collection was developed over decades of research in the indigenous languages of Venezuela. There are audio recordings in several languages and a range of discourse genres, including word lists, poetry, chants, songs, conversations and narratives.
Director: Joel Sherzer
Year: 2007
Address: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas at Austin
Primary URL: http://www.ailla.utexas.org


Collection Descriptions for Processed 19th Century Collections (Finding Aids)
Grant details: PW-51055-12
Name: Collection Descriptions for Processed 19th Century Collections (Finding Aids)
Abstract: Detailed inventories, guides, and collection descriptions (finding aids) for the collections in the Archives at the Perkins School for the Blind that were completed as part of the grant.
Director: Betsy McGinnity
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.perkinsarchives.org/neh-grant.html
Secondary URL: http://http://www.perkinsarchives.org


Oral History Collection in the University of Southern Mississippi's Digital Collections
Grant details: PW-51692-14
Name: Oral History Collection in the University of Southern Mississippi's Digital Collections
Abstract: This archive contains more than 650 entries from Mississippi's struggles for civil rights, including digital audio, digitized transcriptions and/or audio logs as well as other documentation related to Mississippi Freedom Summer and to the events of the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi.
Director: Jeanne Gillespie, Ph.D.
Year: 2015
Address: Collection is all digital.
Primary URL: http://digilib.usm.edu/cdm/search/collection/coh/page/1
Primary URL Description: Browse page for the Oral History collection in the Digital Collections at The University of Southern Mississippi


Growing Community in Oceana County
Grant details: PY-234362-16
Name: Growing Community in Oceana County
Abstract: Archival collection created as part of this Common Heritage Grant supported effort. Housed in two locations: Grand Valley State University Libraries' Special Collections and University Archives (Allendale, Michigan) and the Oceana County Historical and Genealogical Society (Hart, Michigan).
Director: Melanie Shell-Weiss
Director: Annie Benefiel
Director: Walter Urick
Year: 2017


Leaflet, Bhumipuja, ISKCON Naperville, IL
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Leaflet, Bhumipuja, ISKCON Naperville, IL
Abstract: for groundbreaking held May 21, 2017, from booth at the Holi Festival of Colors, held April 8, 2017, at Riverwalk in downtown Naperville, IL
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2017


Bagged Nat Khat Gulal
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Bagged Nat Khat Gulal
Abstract: Red, Simply Vedic Naperville, collected from Holi Festival of Colors held April 8, 2017 at Riverwalk in downtown Naperville, IL
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2017


Sign (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Sign (2)
Abstract: plastic, yellow, and orange/red, collected from The Festival of Colors held April 8, 2017 at the Riverwalk in downtown Naperville, IL
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2017


Sign (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Sign (2)
Abstract: plastic, yellow and multi-colored, for India Day celebration, sponsored by Indian Community Outreach, held August 13, 2017 at Knoch Park in Naperville, IL
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2017


Flier
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Flier
Abstract: Suga Builders & Construction, with offices in Naperville; handed out during Naperville India Day celebration held August 13, 2017
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2017


Flier (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Flier (2)
Abstract: for Shreya Ghosal live in concert, held September 8, 2017, with ticket outlet in Naperville; handed outdoing India Day celebration, August 13, 2013
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2017


English language informational brochure (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: English language informational brochure (2)
Abstract: Xilin Association Adult Day Service, Xilin Asian Community Center, Naperville, IL, 2018
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Chinese language information brochure (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Chinese language information brochure (2)
Abstract: Xilin Association Adult Day Service, Xilin Asian Community Center, Naperville, IL, 2018
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


keychain (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: keychain (2)
Abstract: Plush stuffed panda design; offered as promotional give-away by Xilin Asian Community Center, Naperville, IL, 2018
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Restaurant menu
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Restaurant menu
Abstract: Yamada Sushi and Poke, Naperville, IL 2018
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Book (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Book (2)
Abstract: Chinese-ness, by Wing Young Huie; in the book the author and talented photographer reframes the conversations around race and identity, offering a prism through which to explore our modern era of cultural uncertainty. Huie highlights three Naperville residents in his book, published in 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Tote bag (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Tote bag (2)
Abstract: Business promotional item of Chawla & Associates, CPAs, Naperville, IL, 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Ball-point pen (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Ball-point pen (2)
Abstract: Silver, black and gray in color; business promotional item of Chawla & Associates, CPAs, Naperville, IL, 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Business card (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Business card (2)
Abstract: Roger S. Chawla, CPA, Chawla & Associates, CPAs, Naperville, 2018
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Leaflet (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Leaflet (2)
Abstract: Promotional literature or Chawla & Associates, CPAs, Naperville, IL, 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Brochure, informational (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Brochure, informational (2)
Abstract: 3 Facts About Sikhi; handout by Chawla & Associates CPAs at Celebrate Naperville event, held September 16, 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Restaurant menu (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Restaurant menu (2)
Abstract: Shinto; Japanese steakhouse & sushi bar with classic dishes, tableside grilling & maki-rolling classes, located in Naperville, IL, 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


T-shirt, mens (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: T-shirt, mens (2)
Abstract: green shirt with white imprinting "Patel Brothers Celebrating Our Food...Our Culture"; logo wear for Patel Brothers grocery, provided by Rakesh Patel, Naperville resident and President of Raja Foods and co-owner of Patel Brothers, largest India Pak grocery store chain in America.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Auto rickshaw, Indian
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Auto rickshaw, Indian
Abstract: Rickshaw brought from India, (with engine removed) by Rakesh Patel, Naperville resident and President of Raja Foods and co-owner of Patel Brothers, largest India Pak grocery store chain in America. Rickshaw was used as display piece for photo opportunities inside the Naperville Patel Brothers grocery store during the grand opening of the store in May 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Silver medal token (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Silver medal token (2)
Abstract: Christian prayer imprinted on one side; tokens were handed out to attendees at the Naperville India Day Celebration on August 12, 2018 by Panda family member, first Indian family to immigrate to Naperville, IL
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Ball-point pen (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Ball-point pen (2)
Abstract: Pen is silver, black, red and yellow in color; give-away item from the Ross-Tandon Team of Baird and Warner Real Estate, Naperville, IL; hand-out at the Naperville India Day celebration, held August 12, 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Leaflet (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Leaflet (2)
Abstract: Leaflet promotes Indian folk classes, Summer camp 2018, offered by Naperville resident Neha Patodia, Naperville, IL; handout at Naperville India Day celebration, held August 12, 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Flier (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Flier (2)
Abstract: Flier promotes interactive Hindi, offered by Naperville resident Neha Patodia; handout during Naperville India Day celebration held August 12, 2018.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Chinese wall-hanging
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Chinese wall-hanging
Abstract: Silk, in red box. Purchased in China/used by Yuan Yuan, Naperville resident, Vice-President for Operations and Program Development for Hunter Global Education, an organization established to bridge educational gaps between American and Asian educational institutions and businesses.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


model of Taj Mahal
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: model of Taj Mahal
Abstract: Miniature marble replica model purchased as souvenir at Taj Mahal in India to serve as inspiration for grocery store building in Naperville; purchased and used by Rakesh Patel, Naperville resident and President of Raja Foods and co-owner of Patel Brothers, largest India Pak grocery store chain in America.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


T-shirt (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: T-shirt (2)
Abstract: green with yellow and white imprinting, "Patel Brothers Celebrating Our Food...Our Culture"; grocery store logo wear provided by Rakesh Patel, Naperville resident and President of Raja Foods and co-owner of Patel Brothers, largest India Pak grocery store chain in America.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Ball cap (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Ball cap (2)
Abstract: black cap with green and yellow imprinting,"Patel Brothers"; logo wear for Patel Brothers grocery, provided by Rakesh Patel, Naperville resident and President of Raja Foods and co-owner of Patel Brothers, largest India Pak grocery store chain in America.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Polo shirt, men's
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Polo shirt, men's
Abstract: maroon in color with white imprinting "Patel Brothers"; logo wear for Patel Brothers grocery; provided by Rakesh Patel, Naperville resident and President of Raja Foods and co-owner of Patel Brothers, largest India Pak grocery store chain in America.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Polo shirt, mens (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Polo shirt, mens (2)
Abstract: dark green shirt with white imprinting, "Patel Brothers Celebrating Our Food...Our Culture"; logo wear for Patel Brothers grocery; provided by Rakesh Patel, Naperville resident and President of Raja Foods and co-owner of Patel Brothers, largest India Pak grocery store chain in America.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Indo-Western Sherwani (Indian man's coat)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Indo-Western Sherwani (Indian man's coat)
Abstract: deep blue with gold pattern and embroidery throughout; from Saris and Things, Inc. located in Naperville, IL, providing rental or purchase of Indian attire, gifts and collectibles
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Men's pants, Indo-Western
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Men's pants, Indo-Western
Abstract: Deep red in color; from Saris and Things, Inc. located in Naperville, IL, providing rental or purchase of Indian attire, gifts and collectibles
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Dutappa, man's (Indian scarf), Indo-Western
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Dutappa, man's (Indian scarf), Indo-Western
Abstract: Deep red in color with gold trim and gold threadwork throughout; from Saris and Things, Inc. located in Naperville, IL, providing rental or purchase of Indian attire, gifts and collectibles
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Chinese Qipao (Woman's dress)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Chinese Qipao (Woman's dress)
Abstract: White silk dress with red trim and silver threadwork with pink and gold beadwork florals; purchased in China and worn by Naperville resident Yuan Yuan, Vice-President for Operations and Program Development for Hunter Global Education, an organization established to bridge education gaps between American and Asian educational institutions and businesses.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Chinese wallet (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Chinese wallet (2)
Abstract: embroidered floral designs; purchased in China/used by Yuan Yuan, Naperville resident, Vice-President for Operations and Program Development for Hunter Global Education, an organization established to bridge educational gaps between American and Asian educational institutions and businesses.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Chinese teapot and teacup
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Chinese teapot and teacup
Abstract: Brown and green teapot with locust lid handle; blue teacup with lid, with gold designs and dragons; purchased in China/used by Yuan Yuan, Naperville resident, Vice-President for Operations and Program Development for Hunter Global Education, an organization established to bridge educational gaps between American and Asian educational institutions and businesses.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Sticker (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Sticker (2)
Abstract: "Asian Americans Pacific Islanders for Obama", acquired by Naperville resident Nancy Chen, former Director of US Senator Paul Simon's Chicago office, Barack Obama delegate to the Democratic Convention, Co-Chair for Barack Obama's Asian American Pacific Islanders National Leadership Council and former Director of Asian Pacific American Outreach at the office of Presidential Personnel in the Clinton White House
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Book (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Book (2)
Abstract: Hindi Poems To Read and Sing, written by Madhu Uppal and illustrated by Angela Dygdon, 2016. Ms. Uppal served as the first Indian woman teacher in Naperville School District 203 and was active on the Naperville Public Library board.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Compact Disc (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Compact Disc (2)
Abstract: "Rang Pujabi," with lyrics by Madhu Uppal and composed by Madhu Uppal and Naren Verma, 2012. Ms. Uppal served as the first Indian woman teacher in Naperville School District 203 and was active on the Naperville Public Library board.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Book (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Book (2)
Abstract: Father's Chinese Opera, written and illustrated in vivid watercolor sketches by Naperville resident Rich Lo, 2014. The book, a 40 page story fictional tale serves as a tool and guide to teach Chinese Americans to always follow their dreams. Born in Canton Province in China, Lo's family immigrated to the US in the 1960s, settling in Chicago's Chinatown with Lo later moving to Naperville, IL.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Book (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Book (2)
Abstract: New Year, written and illustrated in vivid watercolor sketches by Naperville resident Rich Lo, 2014. The book shares a hopeful tale of acceptance for Chinese children feeling lost in their new American homes. Born in Canton Province in China, Lo's family immigrated to the US in the 1960s, settling in Chicago's Chinatown with Lo later moving to Naperville, IL.
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Anarkali (woman's Indian dress)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Anarkali (woman's Indian dress)
Abstract: blue with floral appliqué in gold, pink, orange, blue and green with beadwork in red and gold; from Saris and Things, Inc. located in Naperville, IL, providing rental or purchase of Indian attire, gifts and collectibles
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Program
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Program
Abstract: from Open Mosque Day, held at the Islamic Center of Naperville, dated October 15, 2017
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Leaflet
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Leaflet
Abstract: contains Islamic Call to Prayer on one side, and Islamic Method of Prayer on reverse side; from Islamic Center of Naperville Open Mosque Day held October 15, 2017
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Rice Cooker, electric
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Rice Cooker, electric
Abstract: Appliance brought to United States by Naperville resident Bill Liu when he emigrated from China to the United States on August 12, 1982
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Program
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Program
Abstract: from Congressional reception honoring Madame Chiang Kai-Shek, former First Lady of China, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the end of WWII, held in the Senate Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building, Capital Hill, Washington, DC on July 26, 1995; Naperville resident Nancy Chen served as co-chair of the US China Reception Committee and served as Director of US Senator Paul Simon's Chicago office
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Bumper sticker (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Bumper sticker (2)
Abstract: "Asian Americans Pacific Islanders for Obama", acquired by Naperville resident Nancy Chen, former Director of US Senator Paul Simon's Chicago office, Barack Obama delegate to the Democratic Convention, Co-Chair for Barack Obama's Asian American Pacific Islanders National Leadership Council and former Director of Asian Pacific American Outreach at the office of Presidential Personnel in the Clinton White House
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Button, pin-back (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Button, pin-back (2)
Abstract: "Asian Americans Pacific Islanders for Obama", acquired by Naperville resident Nancy Chen, former Director of US Senator Paul Simon's Chicago office, Barack Obama delegate to the Democratic Convention, Co-Chair for Barack Obama's Asian American Pacific Islanders National Leadership Council and former Director of Asian Pacific American Outreach at the office of Presidential Personnel in the Clinton White House
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Flier (2)
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Flier (2)
Abstract: Universal Metro Asian Services, with location in Naperville, IL, handed out during India Day celebration, August 13, 2017
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2017


Sari, wedding
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Sari, wedding
Abstract: green and pink with silver and gold thread with fringe on edges, used by Vasavi Chakka, Naperville, IL resident
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2017


Book
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Book
Abstract: The Clear Quran, a thematic English translation of the message of the final revelation, 2016, from Islamic Center of Naperville Open Mosque Day held October 15, 2017
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Prayer Card
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Prayer Card
Abstract: Contains the Muslim Prayer, from Islamic Center of Naperville Open Mosque Day held October 15, 2107
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Business card
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Business card
Abstract: for free medical clinic at the Islamic Center of Naperville, 2017
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Brochure
Grant details: PY-253077-17
Name: Brochure
Abstract: on the Qur'an, from Islamic Center of Naperville Open Mosque Day held October 15, 2017
Director: Louise Howard, Chief Curator
Year: 2018


Digital Collection
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Digital Collection
Abstract: This collection contains materials produced by and for Butte's Jewish community. The bulk of the documents, images, and recordings were collected during a two-day Community Heritage workshop held May 10-11, 2019. Additional materials were collected until September 2019, when the "All Nations: Jewish Community of Butte" exhibit opened. The initial workshop and the exhibit were hosted by the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, facilitated by the Montana Preservation Alliance, and funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities Common Heritage grant. Workshop participants included Butte residents as well as people who traveled from Seattle, Washington; and Missoula, Billings and Helena, Montana. Significant topics represented in these collected materials include: stories of the immigration of Jews to the United States, Montana, and Butte; the significant contributions of Jewish individuals and families to establishing the local government in Butte; the establishment of the Jewish business community in Butte; the building of the Reform Temple B'Nai Israel, the division and reintegration of the Orthodox Congregation Adath Israel, and the B'Nai Israel Cemetery.
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives 17 West Quartz Street Butte, Montana
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: Butte Archives collections, search term: Jewish.


Rudolph Family Digital Collection
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Rudolph Family Digital Collection
Abstract: The items in this scrapbook document the Bar Mitzvah of Ron Rudolph, as witnessed and identified by his mother, Pam Rudolph. Both the religious and secular aspects of the occasion have been recorded. Significant topics represented in this collection include Jewish coming of age ceremonies, readings from the Torah, ceremonies at Temple B'Nai Israel, and social aspects of the Bar Mitzvah. The formats of the original materials are primarily photographic, with color print images comprising the bulk. Additional formats are textual and include printed programs, handwritten notes identifying the photographs, and greeting cards.
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana.
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.org.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, collections, search term Jewsish, Rudolph.


Leo Broudy Papers
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Leo Broudy Papers
Abstract: This collection documents a range of activities of Leo D. Broudy, who was an associate and partner at Wein's Men's Store from 1954-1985. Mr. Broudy also served as a Fee Arbitration panel member for the State Bar Association of Montana, and as an advocate for Jewish prisoners' rights. Materials are entirely textual, comprised of correspondence, legal material, and news clippings, all in good condition. Leo David Broudy was born in 1917 in San Francisco, California. His family moved to Butte, and he married Bertha Weinstock in 1942. He became an associate at Wein's Men's Store in 1954, and was named partner before his retirement in 1985. He was a member of Congregation B'nai Israel, and was active in business and community affairs in Butte until his retirement, at which time he moved to Mercer Island, Washington, where he remained until his death in 1994. (From Leo Broudy's obituary in the Montana Standard, September 11, 1994)
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street.Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, collections, search term Jewish, Broudy.


Janet Cornish Papers
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Janet Cornish Papers
Abstract: This collection documents a portion of Janet Cornish's involvement in the Jewish community of Butte. Significant topics include prayers written in Hebrew, coming of age ceremonies, and documents published about the Jewish community of Butte. Materials are entirely textual, comprising certificates, articles, and books in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish. Janet played an integral role in the development and early administration of Butte's Urban Renewal Agency. She has been involved in a variety of community activities, including musical performances, community education, and teaching at Montana Tech. The Cornish family are long standing members of Butte's B'Nai Israel Congregation, and Janet has written articles for the Montana Standard providing information about Jewish culture, traditions, and holidays.
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives website- collections, search terms Jewish, Cornish.


Finnish Community Collection
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Finnish Community Collection
Abstract: This collection contains materials produced by and for Butte's Finnish community. The bulk of the documents, images, and recordings were collected during a two-day Community Heritage workshop held July 25-26, 2019. Additional materials were collected until February 2020, when the "All Nations: Finnish Community of Butte" exhibit opened. The initial workshop and the exhibit were hosted by the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, facilitated by the Montana Preservation Alliance, and funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities Common Heritage grant. Workshop participants included Butte residents as well as people who traveled from Salt Lake City, Utah, as well as Helena, Columbia Falls, and Bozeman, Montana. Some significant topics well represented in these materials are: the relationships between the Finnish people and their places, particularly in the Finn Town neighborhood; the Finnish philosophy of cooperative business ventures; sauna culture; cultural values of equal respect and physical health; the centrality of fishing and preparing fish dishes to Finnish culture; and the creative expression of the Finnish community in textile weaving, wood carving, knife making, and ceramic arts. The contents of this collection are primarily visual and auditory. Montana State University professor Dr. Mary Murphy was the workshop's visiting scholar on Butte's Finnish Community. She has conducted extensive research into Butte's East Side and the "Finlanders".
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives website, collections, search terms: Finnish.


Autio, Rudy
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Autio, Rudy
Abstract: It comes around again: a memoir, Rattlesnake Valley Press, Missoula, Montana Rudy Autio, one of the important figures in the contemporary clay movement beginning in the 1950s, discusses his early days growing up in a Finnish immigrant family in Butte, Montana, his time in the Navy at the end of WWII, the start of the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana, with Peter Voulkos, and his building methods of early murals using brickyard clay. Later he helped K Ross Toole, the new director of Montana Historical Society Museum in Helena, with a number of dioramas there in 1954, especially the Lewis and Clark diorama. He then was hired at University of Montana in Missoula to build a ceramics program by President McFarland. He discusses noteworthy students he learned from during his 28-year teaching career and various commissions he built during those years, like the Grizzly, the ceramic murals for Polson, Walla Walla, and Helena. In the 1970s workshops in ceramics demonstrations became popular, especially after the first SuperMud conference, and Rudy describes some of these. Later chapters explore his first trips to Finland, meeting relatives and artists alike. He discusses ways his work changed throughout his life.
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives website, collections, search terms: Autio, Ceramics, Finn Town, Finnlanders.


Broadway Dinning Room Collection
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Broadway Dinning Room Collection
Abstract: This collection documents kitchen workers at the Broadway Dining Room in Finn Town, 368 East Broadway Street. The images were taken by C. Owen Smithers senior in 1952, and were to be published in a New York newspaper or magazine article about Butte. Significant topics represented in this collection include working women of Finnish ethnicity, and mid-20th century boarding house kitchens. The materials are original photographic prints, probably dating at or near the 1952 date of the photo shoot. The Broadway Dining Room in Finntown was also known as Riipi's Boarding House. Edward Riipi sold the property and the business after his wife Hilma's death in 1947. The property was sold to the Anaconda Company in July of 1966. Butte's established Finninsh community continues to refer to the location and the business as "Riipi's".
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2020
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com


Kate & Edward Tobin Thompson Jr. Collection
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Kate & Edward Tobin Thompson Jr. Collection
Abstract: This collection contains an image of the Woodmen of the World, Butte Camp, Number 153, circa 1912. Correspondence from Kate Thompson about the image and her familial relationship to one of the men pictured is also included. The significant topics represented by this image are early 20th century fraternal benefit societies, private insurance organizations, and memorial rites. Materials are primarily photographic, with textual supporting documentation. Peter Tobin was born 18 June 1873 to Edward and Mary Leary Tobin in Houghton, Michigan, an area of the Upper Peninsula known for copper mining. He followed many of the Irish, Cornish, and Finnish miners west in the late 1890s.
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives website, collections, search terms: Finn Landers, Finn Town, Tobin.


Hispanic Community
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: Hispanic Community
Abstract: This collection contains materials produced by and for Butte's Hispanic community. The bulk of the documents, images, and recordings were collected during a two-day Community Heritage workshop held November 1, 2019 and November 8, 2019. Additional materials were collected until May 2020, when the "All Nations: Hispanic Community of Butte" exhibit opened. The initial workshop and the exhibit were hosted by the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, facilitated by the Montana Preservation Alliance, and funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities Common Heritage grant, the Montana Cultural Trust, and the Greater Montana Foundation. Workshop participants were residents of Butte and Missoula, Montana. Significant topics represented in this collection are the predominance of Mexican immigrants in Butte's Hispanic community; migration and immigration stories of Mexican families coming to the United States; agricultural and mining employment; Mexican Catholic religious traditions; Mexican and Hispanic cuisine; and community ties between Butte. The contents of this collection are primarily visual and auditory, and are present solely in MP3, MP4, and JPEG digital formats. Additional materials are textual, and are available in JPEG or PDF formats. The Hispanic community project was the last of the four "All Nations" workshops hosted by the Archives in 2019, and the third exhibit. Dr. Rafael Chacon, a Cuban American fine arts professor from University of Montana who has studied Hispanic communities, artists and architecture in Montana was the featured scholar. The Archives' staff worked with the attendee's collections, and scanned manuscripts and photographs, while some artifacts were photographed, and some were placed on loan for the September exhibit.
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline
Primary URL Description: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives website, collections, search terms: Hispanic, Mexican.


German Community
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: German Community
Abstract: This collection contains materials produced by and for Butte's German community. The bulk of the documents, images, and recordings were collected during a two-day Community Heritage workshop held October 23-24, 2019. Additional materials were collected until the "All Nations: German Community of Butte" exhibit opened. The initial workshop and the exhibit were hosted by the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, facilitated by the Montana Preservation Alliance, and funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities Common Heritage grant, the Montana Cultural Trust, and the Greater Montana Foundation. Workshop participants were Butte, Bozeman, and Helena, Montana residents. Significant topics in this collection include German immigrants and immigration; German American culture; the early occupations of Butte's German community members including: butchers, bakers, and brewers; Catholic and Lutheran faiths in the German community; the importance of music and the German social club, the Sons of Herman. The collected discussions of this community reflect the repeated displacement of their family groups in Europe, and severe discrimination during both World Wars. Their stories include descriptions of deprivation and subsistence hunting and gardening. These members of Butte's German community had few surviving artifacts, though some families retain photographs, kitchenware, and down-filled pillows and blankets brought from Europe. The contents of this collection are primarily visual and auditory, and are present solely in MP4 and JPEG digital formats. Additional materials are textual, and are available in JPEG or PDF formats. The German community project was the third of four "All Nations" workshops hosted by the Archives in 2019, and the final exhibit. Montana State University professors Dale Martin, and Dr. Mary Murphy were the workshop's visiting scholars.
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives website, collections, search terms: Hispanic, Mexican.


German Community
Grant details: PY-263659-19
Name: German Community
Abstract: This collection contains materials produced by and for Butte's German community. The bulk of the documents, images, and recordings were collected during a two-day Community Heritage workshop held October 23-24, 2019. Additional materials were collected until the "All Nations: German Community of Butte" exhibit opened. The initial workshop and the exhibit were hosted by the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, facilitated by the Montana Preservation Alliance, and funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities Common Heritage grant, the Montana Cultural Trust, and the Greater Montana Foundation. Workshop participants were Butte, Bozeman, and Helena, Montana residents. Significant topics in this collection include German immigrants and immigration; German American culture; the early occupations of Butte's German community members including: butchers, bakers, and brewers; Catholic and Lutheran faiths in the German community; the importance of music and the German social club, the Sons of Herman. The collected discussions of this community reflect the repeated displacement of their family groups in Europe, and severe discrimination during both World Wars. Their stories include descriptions of deprivation and subsistence hunting and gardening. These members of Butte's German community had few surviving artifacts, though some families retain photographs, kitchenware, and down-filled pillows and blankets brought from Europe. The contents of this collection are primarily visual and auditory, and are present solely in MP4 and JPEG digital formats. Additional materials are textual, and are available in JPEG or PDF formats. The German community project was the third of four "All Nations" workshops hosted by the Archives in 2019, and the final exhibit. Montana State University professors Dale Martin, and Dr. Mary Murphy were the workshop's visiting scholars.
Director: Ellen Crain
Year: 2019
Address: Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, 17 West Quartz Street, Butte, Montana 59701
Primary URL: http://buttearchives.pastperfectonline.com
Primary URL Description: BUtte-Silver Bow Public Archives website, collections, search terms, German Community, Williamsburg.


Islamic Center of Greater Toledo collection
Grant details: PY-263670-19
Name: Islamic Center of Greater Toledo collection
Abstract: This exhibit brings together a selection of images contributed by several individuals during the Community Scan Day. Images document the opening of Toledo's first Islamic Center in 1954; the building of the ICGT's present-day mosque in the early 1980s; the people who have nurtured, grown, and sustained the ICGT over the decades; and Muslims' engagement in the greater Toledo community.
Year: 2019
Address: 1001 East Wooster St. Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
Primary URL: https://digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/exhibits/show/icgt
Primary URL Description: Digital exhibit featuring selections from the community scan day held at the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo, May 5, 2019.


The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers
Grant details: RQ-50765-13
Name: The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers
Abstract: The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project has amassed a permanent collection of written, spoken, and audio-visual resources that constitute an unparalleled glimpse into Mrs. Roosevelt's human rights work, with particular attention paid to her role as a delegate to the UN General Assembly from 1945-1953, chair of the UN Human Rights Commission from 1946-1951, as well as the chief proponent and central architect of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights contributing to its overall tone, content, and philosophy.
Director: Christopher Brick
Year: 2000
Address: The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project Old Main, Suite 406 George Washington University 1922 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20052
Primary URL: http://www.gwu.edu/~erpapers/
Primary URL Description: Project website


Race and Slavery Petitions Project Microfilm Edition
Grant details: RZ-20811-02
Name: Race and Slavery Petitions Project Microfilm Edition
Abstract: 151 reels of microfilm of approximately 14,500 petitions to county courts druing the period 1775-1867 with seven guide indexes totalling approximately 4,000 pages. Petitions come from the southern states.
Year: 2005


Azoria Project Archive
Grant details: RZ-20812-02
Name: Azoria Project Archive
Abstract: The Azoria Project Archive is a collection of original documents and publications generated from fieldwork and research of the Azoria Project, an excavation of the Department of Classics and the Research Laboratories of Archaeology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Azoria is an Early Iron Age and Archaic site in eastern Crete, originally explored by Harriet Boyd Hawes for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in 1900. Subsequent work at the site (the Azoria Project) has been conducted annually since 2001, including phases of topographical survey (2001); excavation (2002-2006); site conservation (2003-2008); and study and publication (2007-2012). The documents in this collection comprise an archive of original field notes, excavation notebooks, stratigraphic sections, manuscript drafts, artifact catalogs, and illustrations (plans, drawings, maps, and photographs) produced by this research project.
Director: Donald C. Haggis
Year: 2011
Address: Carolina Digital Repository Electronic Records University Archives and Records Management Services Wilson Library, CB #3926 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC 27514-8890
Primary URL: https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/record?id=uuid%3a1add9fbc-f5c4-49a8-848e-96a52e3ade9c
Primary URL Description: The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) is a digital archives for materials produced by members of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill community. The main goal of the CDR is to keep UNC digital scholarly output safe and accessible for as long as needed. It also serves as a repository of historical materials that broadly support the University's academic mission. More specifically, the CDR aims to acquire UNC digital material, ensure it is accessible, searchable and safe from alteration.
Secondary URL: https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/
Secondary URL Description: The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) safeguards and provides access to the scholarly work and research files produced or collected by faculty, students and staff at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Azoria Project Archive
Grant details: RZ-50334-05
Name: Azoria Project Archive
Abstract: The Azoria Project Archive is a collection of original documents and publications generated from fieldwork and research of the Azoria Project, an excavation of the Department of Classics and the Research Laboratories of Archaeology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Azoria is an Early Iron Age and Archaic site in eastern Crete, originally explored by Harriet Boyd Hawes for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in 1900. Subsequent work at the site (the Azoria Project) has been conducted annually since 2001, including phases of topographical survey (2001); excavation (2002-2006); site conservation (2003-2008); and study and publication (2007-2012). The documents in this collection comprise an archive of original field notes, excavation notebooks, stratigraphic sections, manuscript drafts, artifact catalogs, and illustrations (plans, drawings, maps, and photographs) produced by this research project.
Director: Donald C. Haggis
Year: 2011
Address: The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) Electronic Records University Archives and Records Management Services Wilson Library, CB #3926 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC 27514-8890
Primary URL: https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/record?id=uuid%3a1add9fbc-f5c4-49a8-848e-96a52e3ade9c
Primary URL Description: The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) is a digital archives for materials produced by members of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill community. The main goal of the CDR is to keep UNC digital scholarly output safe and accessible for as long as needed. It also serves as a repository of historical materials that broadly support the University's academic mission. More specifically, the CDR aims to acquire UNC digital material, ensure it is accessible, searchable and safe from alteration.
Secondary URL: https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/
Secondary URL Description: The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) safeguards and provides access to the scholarly work and research files produced or collected by faculty, students and staff at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


General collections
Grant details: RZ-51497-12
Name: General collections
Abstract: Materials recovered during excavations at Quiotepec-Oxtotitlán by Urban Origins project personnel (UO 2014) and by National Institute of Anthropology and History personnel (PEO 2008) formed the core of archaeological materials analyzed in 2015, 2016, and 2017 at UNAM. Material culture recovered include ceramics, lithics, shell, fiber, insect, and historic material culture collections. In addition to material culture, collections include soil samples for micro-botanical analysis, zooarchaeological (including insect remains), paleobotanical materials recovered through flotation, paint pigment and substrate samples from Oxtotitlán art, and carbon for radiometric dating. Radiometric, stylistic, and technological dating situate the collections from the Early Formative through to the contemporary period; however, the bulk of materials are Early through Middle Formative in date correlating with the period of creation of major polychrome figures at Oxtotitlán Cave (eq. C-1 and C-2). Core analysis of these materials has been completed and, except as otherwise noted, collections are currently at a Guerrero Regional Center of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) storage facility where they remain available for future specialized analyses.
Director: Mary D Pohl
Director: Christopher L. von Nagy
Year: 2017