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This year, Harvard Library awarded Pforzheimer Fellowships to five graduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. The fellowships were established in 2014 to honor Carl H. Pforzheimer III for his generous contributions to Harvard Library... Read more

An enthusiastic crowd of library staff gathered in Widener on May 4 to listen to Shao Wei Chew Chia ’17 and her academic advisor Suzanne Smith discuss Shao Wei’s senior thesis research on a topic of special interest to Harvard Library. The... Read more

 

David Ackerman, head of Media Preservation for the Harvard Library, was awarded an ALB cum laude from the Harvard Extension School. In addition to this, he received the Dean’s List... Read more

Brenda Bernier was recently appointed head of Collections Care in Preservation Services. In addition to consultation and training, Collections Care provides quality treatments, protective enclosures, and commercial library binding for actively... Read more

Melissa Banta, projects curator at the Weissman Preservation Center, has written a book, The Art of Commemoration and America’s First Rural Cemetery: Mount Auburn’s Significant Monument Collection, with Mount Auburn Curator of Historical... Read more

Cheryl LaGuardia, research librarian in Widener Library and member of Services for Academic Programs in the Harvard Library, has been named the recipient of the... Read more

On March 2 and 3, practitioners of email archiving from multiple cultural heritage institutions such as the Smithsonian Institution Archives, the Library of Congress, Stanford University Libraries, and MIT gathered together at Harvard Library for... Read more

Sarah Demb, senior records manager/archivist at the Harvard University Archives, has been selected as one of the 25 participants in the June 2016 Archives Leadership Institute. Since 2008, ALI has provided NHPRC-funded leadership training to... Read more

“Tremendous resource for academics, scholars, and all enthusiastic historical researchers. Just wonderful!”

“Thanks for keeping, preserving, and facilitating all these treasures for all of us researchers.”

“Fascinating to see... Read more

What do the acoustical analysis of the JFK assassination and Greek shadow theater have in common? The projects they represent, along with many more, exist because of Open Your Hidden Collections funding. For the first time, funding recipients... Read more

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