Archive for 'Digitization'
It’s not very often that we celebrate the 110th anniversary of a film. When The Great Train Robbery debuted in December of 1903, Henry Ford had recently sold his first car, the Boston Americans had just won the first modern World Series, and Theodore Roosevelt was president of the United States. Filmmaking was in its […]
Posted by Richard Green on December 3, 2013, under Digitization, Motion Pictures, Photographs, Preservation.
The theme this week is Thanksgiving and the U.S. Military. Local Identifier: 165-WW-472A-7, “Thanksgiving cheer distributed for men in service. New York City turned host to the boys in service today and cared for every man in uniform”, Underwood and Underwood., ca. 1918 Local Identifier: 342-FH-3A-14796, “After receiving permission from the farm owner, these men, […]
Posted by Billy Wade on November 27, 2013, under Born-Digital Photography, Digitization, Photo of the Week, Photographs.
Are you ready for Thanksgiving? If it’s your turn to cook, no doubt the next few days will be stressful. But imagine trying to cook Thanksgiving dinner for an entire ship or regiment, or being a mess sergeant tasked with cooking and bringing the meal to troops in the field. Do you know how you’re […]
Posted by Audrey Amidon on November 25, 2013, under Digitization, Motion Pictures, Preservation.
This week I’m posting several examples of posters from the series Paper Show Exhibition Poster Sets, ca. 1974 – ca. 1994 (306-PSP). These posters were created by the United States Information Agency for exhibits they referred to as “Paper Shows”, which were pieced together using multiple posters to create a multi-panel display. The entire series […]
Posted by Billy Wade on November 1, 2013, under Digitization, Photo of the Week, Posters, Preservation, Reference.
This week I’m posting photographs from the Bureau of Public Roads and its successor the Federal Highway Administration. These images relate to the Washington, D.C. area and are just a few examples of what can be found in the series Historical Photograph Files, 1896-1963 (30-N) and General Photograph Files, 1954-1984 (406-G), which both contain photos […]
Posted by Billy Wade on September 27, 2013, under Digitization, Photo of the Week, Photographs.