Archive for 'Posters'
Today we’re debuting our new name! From now on, the blog of the National Archives’ Special Media Services Division will be known as The Unwritten Record. We’ll feature the same great content—film, photographs, videos, sound recordings, and other non-textual records from the National Archives’ holdings– just with a new and improved name! Media Matters was fine, […]
Posted by Audrey Amidon on July 17, 2014, under Audio Recordings, Born-Digital Photography, Conservation, Declassification Quarterly Reports, Digitization, Electronic Records, Fun Films, Maps, Military, Motion Pictures, Photo of the Week, Photographs, Posters, Preservation, Reference, Universal News Collection, Video Recordings.
In honor of Fire Prevention month, we’ll have several posts about records relating to fire prevention. In our previous posts I introduced the real Smokey Bear and shared some public service announcements encouraging forest fire prevention. Today I’ll let you in on a little secret; Smokey has a Public Law (P.L. 82-359) protecting him. Congress […]
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.
It’s been a while since our last Still Picture blog post, so to make up for it we are going to try and post one or several interesting images from our holdings at the end of each week. For this week, I’m posting images from two series, “Scuttlebum Posters” (344-SBP) and “Original Artwork for World […]
My first couple of blogs focused on born-digital and scanned images created by Federal agencies and accessioned to the Still Picture unit, but I’m now shifting gears and highlighting some of our in-house digitization activities. The main series I’m going to talk about can trace its roots back to 1974 when we received the first […]
Posted by Billy Wade on February 14, 2013, under Digitization, Photographs, Posters, Preservation, Reference.
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