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A collection of Web sites that document Virginia's 2010 Congressional elections (primary and general). All 11 members of Virginia’s Congressional Delegation were up for election in 2010, and their campaign sites and related web presence are archived here.
The North Carolina State Government Web Site Archives allows free and open access to North Carolina state agency web sites dating back to 1996. Access this collection using the link above or by visiting http://webarchives.ncdcr.gov.
This collection is currently documenting the events of the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti and the aftermath, including the rescue efforts from around the world and the stories and circumstances of the Haitian people. Archive-It partners Library of Congress, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Virginia Tech and CTRnet, and University of Texas Libraries have all contributed websites for this collection.
A collection of websites, news coverage, and commentary surrounding the Wikileaks releases starting in 2010. Iincludes documents released from the Afghan war diaries, Iraq war logs, and the US State diplomatic cables.
A collection of websites, news coverage, and commentary surrounding the 2011 Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia. Our partners at Library of Congress and Bibliothèque Nationale de France have contributed websites for this collection.
A collection of websites, news coverage, and commentary. Includes the most recent events in Libya, Egypt and Sudan. Our partners at Library of Congress, Bibliothèque nationale de France, the British Library, and Stanford University have contributed websites for this collection.
This collection seeks to document conflict in Ukraine as it progresses. Content includes news outlets, social media, blogs, and government websites. Sites are written in English, Russian, Ukrainian, and other languages.
The University of Iowa Archives regularly captures the web site of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, the nation’s premier creative writing program. It is one of over 250 UI-related sites preserved by Archive-It.
The Arizona State Agencies collection contains content from the websites of Arizona state government agencies, boards, and commissions.
This collection depicts the events after the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan in March 2011. Our partners at Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network, Japan's National Diet Library, Library of Congress, and Harvard's Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies have contributed websites for this collection.
Stanford University's Social Science Resource Group's collection on Intergovernmental and Non-governmental Organizations that focus on the environmental policy of climate change and global warming.
Highest ranked research university and second largest research and development organization in Australia, this web collection of 41 affiliated Centres range from statistical consulting to plant cell biology.
This collection is dedicated to preserving web-based information of importance to the global community of human rights researchers, students, policymakers and advocates.
Curated by the Alaska State Library is this rich collection of state and regional government agency websites.
The Clinical Translational Science Award Collection document and preserve the progress of the Clinical Translational Science Award websites.
This collection from University of Texas, San Antonio contains websites and blogs addressing water issues in Texas and throughout the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo Watershed.
This collection, from fifth graders at New York City PS 56 in Queens is their student's guide to the wonderful arts and varieties of cultures.
The University of Texas Libraries’ Human Rights Documentation Initiative Collection features fragile websites containing human rights documentation and related content from human rights organizations and advocates across the globe.
This collection contains material created by the State of Maryland related to state planning.
The IT History Society has created this comprehensive archive of IT websites which is a valuable resource for historians, archivists and the general public.
The Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology promotes the work of 300,000+ alumni of the Fulbright Exchange Program. The collection also has materials from agencies and organizations responsible for administering the grants, e.g. application information, newsletters and alumni profiles.
A collection of 'born online’ literary magazines in German language. It is conducted by the Innsbruck Newspaper Archive, University of Innsbruck.
A collection of homepages by German speaking authors conducted by the Innsbruck Newspaper Archive, University of Innsbruck.
The Alabama Department of Archives and History tells the story of the people of Alabama by preserving records and artifacts of historical value and by promoting a better understanding of Alabama history.
University of Washington Libraries Special Collections is the major resource for rare and archival materials covering a broad range of topics, formats, and periods.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is the United States government’s principal agency for protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential human services, especially for those who are least able to help themselves.
The Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections are part of the Loyola University Libraries with the mission to collect and preserve the history of Loyola University Chicago and assist researchers in using the collections. The Archives and Special Collections hold over 8,500 linear feet of collections including Loyola records; Catholic collections; the papers of Samuel Insull and several of his employees and companies; faculty, staff, and alumni papers; and political papers. The rare book collection is also part of Special Collections and currently contains approximately 13,000 volumes with strenghts in the areas of religion, philosophy, history, literature, and the history of medicine. Of particular note is the Edward A. Cudahy Jesuitica Collection, which includes a first edition of St. Ignatius Loyola's Spiritual Exercises as well as volumes on Jesuit missions and books by Jesuit scientists; the Charles A. Whittingham Chiswick Press collection; and the Michalak Collection, which includes the 19th century British satire and caricature collection and the Edward Gorey collection.
The George Washington University Libraries collects web sites produced by or affiliated with the George Washington University, web sites from organizations with records held in the George Washington University Special Collections Research Center, and web sites documenting local Washington, D.C. history, politics, literature, and neighborhoods. FAQ and more info about our web archive program
The Library of Virginia serves as the Commonwealth's archival agency, the reference library at the seat of government, and as one of the nation's premier research institutions for Virginia history, politics and culture. The library holdings attract researchers from across the country and worldwide to their Richmond location and to their digital resources available on the web.
The Bodleian Libraries is the integrated library service of the University of Oxford. Established in 2000, it comprises nearly 40 libraries. Among these are major research libraries - including the Bodleian Library, which has been a library of legal deposit for almost 400 years - as well as libraries attached to faculties, departments and other institutions of the University. The combined collections of the Bodleian Libraries number more than 11 million printed items, and include extensive special collections and manuscripts.
The mission of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History is to collect, preserve, and utilize the state's historic resources so that present and future residents may better understand their history. To this purpose the office safeguards the documentary and material evidence of past generations for the education of all citizens and the protection of their democratic rights.
Columbia College Chicago is an international leader and recognized pioneer in arts and media education. With over 120 years of deep experience teaching creative students to develop authentic voices and meaningful skills, Columbia graduates are fully prepared to launch sustainable careers in the visual, performing, media and communication arts.
Our educational philosophy is rooted in the essential wedding of theory with practice. Our students are immersed in a creative learning environment designed to give them ample opportunity to test and perfect their art, craft or practice, while grounding them in a rigorous academic curriculum that provides broad context and the intellectual, analytical and creative capacity to succeed in their chosen fields.
The Mennonite Church USA is an Anabaptist denomination with roots in the Radical Reformation of 16th century Europe. From its beginnings in mostly German-speaking parts of Europe, the Mennonite Church is growing rapidly in many parts of the world. In fact, more Mennonites currently reside in the southern hemisphere than in the northern. In the United States, people from various faith traditions, ethnicities, and nationalities are identifying with the vision and mission of Mennonite Church USA.
Mennonite Church USA was formed in 2002 by the merger of the General Conference Mennonite Church and the (old) Mennonite Church. Mennonite Church USA has nearly 100,000 adult members in nearly 900 congregations and 21 area conferences.
Mennonite Church USA Vision: God calls us to be followers of Jesus Christ and, by the power of the Holy Spirit, to grow as communities of grace, joy and peace, so that God’s healing and hope flow through us to the world.
The Smithsonian Institution Archives captures, preserves, and makes available to the public the history of this extraordinary Institution. From its inception in 1846 to the present, the records of the history of the Institution — its people, its programs, its research, and its stories — have been gathered, organized, and disseminated so that everyone can learn about the Smithsonian.
The University of Scranton Weinberg Memorial Library serves the University's students, administration, alumni and community by collecting, preserving, and providing access to records of permanent value. Increasingly, these records are born digital and dynamic. Web archiving not only preserves the University's web presence but also leverages the University's website and social media accounts as aggregators of digital information about the University - including reports, strategic plans, press releases, viewbooks, and media - that are otherwise vulnerable to digital degradation or loss. Contact the Weinberg Memorial Library at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or suggestions for the University of Scranton web archiving initiative.
Based on the number of volumes in its collections, Cornell University Library (CUL) is one of the ten largest academic research libraries in the United States. Within its 20 unit libraries, holdings number more than 8 million volumes and 7 million microforms. CUL subscribes to nearly 65,000 journals and serial publications, and provides access to more than 100,000 networked databases and other electronic resources. CUL collects web sites produced by affiliates of Cornell University, web sites from organizations or individuals whose records or papers are held in Cornell’s archives, and web sites in subject areas corresponding to existing collection strengths.
The Idaho Commission for Libraries assists libraries to build the capacity to better serve their clientele and is the State Library of Idaho. The Commission has been charged with the responsibility of establishing and maintaining a digital repository of state publications in a publicly accessible database in revised Idaho Code 33-2505. State publications are preserved and made available online at http://idahodocs.cdmhost.com.
The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives (AJA), located on the historic Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, was established in 1947 by renowned historian, Dr. Jacob Rader Marcus to collect, preserve, and make available for research, materials on the history of Jews and Jewish communities in the Western Hemisphere, including data of a political, economic, social, cultural, and religious nature. Today the AJA houses over ten million pages of documentation. It contains nearly 8,000 linear feet of archives, manuscripts, nearprint materials, photographs, audio and video tape, microfilm, and genealogical materials. The AJA exists to preserve the continuity of Jewish life and learning for future generations and aspires to serve scholars, educators, students, and researchers of all backgrounds and beliefs.
Collections created by the staff of the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
The Seamen’s Church Institute cares for the personal, professional, and spiritual needs of mariners around the world. Founded in 1834, it is the largest, most comprehensive mariners’ service agency in North America.
The South Dakota State Archives and the South Dakota State Library uses Archive-It to preserve the websites of South Dakota State Government departments and agencies, including state-funded academic institutions. These websites host annual reports, rules and regulations, legislative documents, and other born-digital state documents.
The Region of Waterloo Archives is the official home of records created by the: County of Waterloo (1829-1972); Region of Waterloo (1973-present); Township of Woolwich (1851-present); Town of Elmira (1886-1972).
The Archives exists to acquire and preserve records of archival value, provide access to the records, and support the development of the archival community in the Region.
Founded in 1850, the University of Rochester is one of the nation’s leading private universities. Located in Rochester, N.Y., the University gives students exceptional opportunities for interdisciplinary study and close collaboration with faculty through its unique cluster-based curriculum. The University’s 158 buildings house more than 200 academic majors, more than 2,000 faculty and instructional staff, and some 10,500 students. Its College, School of Arts and Sciences, and Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are complemented by its Eastman School of Music, Simon School of Business, Warner School of Education, Laboratory for Laser Energetics, School of Medicine and Dentistry, School of Nursing, Eastman Institute for Oral Health, and the Memorial Art Gallery.
The Oracle Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization funded by Oracle. Its mission is to inspire students globally to think, connect, create and share -- using technology to help them dissolve boundaries, fulfill their potential, and create a better society. From 2003 to 2013 the Foundation offered ThinkQuest. Delivered globally, ThinkQuest included a project environment that supported collaborative learning; technology competitions that challenged students to solve problems and the award-winning ThinkQuest Library, a learning resource visited by millions.
Founded in 1791, the Massachusetts Historical Society is an independent research library and an invaluable resource for American history, life, and culture. Its extraordinary collections tell the story of America through millions of rare and unique documents, artifacts, and irreplaceable national treasures.
University of New Mexico
Supporting the University of Texas at San Antonio's ascent to premier research university status, UTSA Libraries Special Collections sustains the university's teaching, research and outreach mission by acquiring, preserving and digitizing primary resources for use by students and scholars at UTSA and from around the world.
Starting in 2008, UTSA Libraries Special Collectons began harvesting in partnership with Archive-It. Our collecting focus includes university and university-affiliated sites, and sites relevant to Texas and the Southwest (Border Studies, Gender Studies, South Texas and San Antonio History), including food culture and renewable energy.
For more information, see our collection development policy at: http://lib.utsa.edu/SpecialCollections/webcollectiondevelopment.html
As the historical agency for Maryland, the State Archives is the depository for records of permanent value. Today, the Internet is the face of government. Through this partnership we hope to capture and make accessible important state and local government laws, publications and information.
These collections of global events have been created by the Archive-It team in conjunction with curators and subject matter experts from institutions around the world.
The University of Victoria Libraries web archiving service from the Internet Archive helps the Libraries to harvest, build, and preserve collections of digital content relevant to our community.
Founded in 1851, the University of Minnesota is both the state land-grant university, with a strong tradition of education and public service, and the state's primary research university, with faculty of national and international reputation. It is one of the most comprehensive public universities in the United States and ranks among the most prestigious. University publications, faculty papers, and records of academic and administrative offices are held centrally by the University Archives and their digital counterparts are accessible through the University Digital Conservancy, both units of the University Libraries.
The San Francisco Public Library system is dedicated to free and equal access to information, knowledge, independent learning, and the joys of reading for our diverse community. The Government Information Center provides free access to United States, California, San Francisco, and Bay Area regional agency government documents, and to materials on public policy, political science, public administration, and the law. It houses the Patent and Trademark Center and the Environmental Center.
Bucknell University is a highly selective, private and nonsectarian liberal arts institution located in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1846, Bucknell University is co-educational and residential with an enrollment of 3,500 undergraduates and 150 graduates. The Special Collections/University Archives partnership with Archive-It will focus on capturing university and university-affiliated websites that are integral to the preservation of Bucknell University’s historical record.
Stony Brook University was established in 1957 as a college for the preparation of secondary school teachers of mathematics and science; our first campus was located at Oyster Bay, Long Island, on the grounds of a former Gold Coast estate. In 1962, a new campus was built in Stony Brook, on land donated by local philanthropist Ward Melville. Part of the State University of New York system, Stony Brook now encompasses 123 buildings on 1,100 acres. In the nearly fifty years since its founding, the University has grown tremendously, and is now recognized as one of the nation's important centers of learning and scholarship—carrying out the mandate given by the State Board of Regents in 1960 to become a university that would
stand with the finest in the country.
Stony Brook University Libraries' Archive-It partnership account provides a gateway to intellectual discovery in support of Stony Brook University’s missions of education, research and service by documenting the evolution of the university's development, and ensuring lasting access to the intellectual output of the university's campus community and partners.
The David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Duke University collects and preserves materials spanning a broad range of subjects areas in support of research and teaching at the university. The World Wide Web is home to many personal and organizational records related to those collecting efforts. The Rubenstein's Archive-It collections insure that these important digital resources are preserved and continue to be available to the public.
The NIH Library is a biomedical research library whose collections and services are developed to support the programs of the National Institutes of Health and selected U.S. Department of Health and Human Services agencies.
MSU is one of the top research universities in the world—on one of the biggest, greenest campuses in the nation. Home to nationally ranked and recognized academic, residential college, and service-learning programs, we're a diverse community of dedicated students and scholars, athletes and artists, scientists and leaders.
University Archives & Historical Collections of Michigan State University is a place of discovery. More than 150 years of MSU history can be explored, including original letters and diaries, photographs, and oral histories. Our collections span the entirety of MSU’s history and also contain historical materials not related to MSU. Some of our collection highlights include materials that document the physical campus and grounds, early student life, the lumber industry, environmentalism in Michigan, and the Civil War.
Founded in 1902, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History is a comprehensive historical agency that collects, preserves, and provides access to the archival resources of the state, administers museums and historic sites, and oversees statewide programs for historic preservation, government records management, and publications. The Archives’ non-circulating collection is the largest publicly accessible collection of manuscript, print, audiovisual and electronic materials relating to the state.
Founded in 1697, Trinity Church is a vibrant Episcopal parish, where daily worship services form the heart of our Christian identity.
Trinity is a grant-making organization, streaming funds throughout the city and the world, as well as a resource for Lower Manhattan's commuters and tourists, who find inspirational music within its walls.
Through its congregational staff and maintenance teams, it is a sacred oasis amid the busy downtown streets.
It is an important player in the world of New York City commercial realty, and home to an award-winning preschool. It is the home to the committees, guilds, and task-forces of a congregation committed to bringing God's Kingdom to this world.
Trinity also sponsors an annual national theological conference that gathers top thinkers to the church nave, and a series of related small group gatherings, meetings, and classes for Christian formation. Also part of the Trinity family is this award-winning website.
Trinity is a home for the elderly and disabled. It is also the home of St. Paul's Chapel, the
little chapel that stood after September 11, which now serves as a congregation for peace and reconciliation.
The L. Tom Perry Special Collections Web Archive at Brigham Young University seeks to enhance scholarship and learning by documenting, providing access to, and preserving the state of Mormonism in all of its variations, as they exist online. The Mormon experience made manifest through culture, expression, history, philosophy, ideology, society, and theology is the main emphasis of this collection. Secondary focus is given to areas of interest such as business, education, politics, activism, and philanthropy.
Founded in 1853, the University of Melbourne is widely renowned for its teaching, research achievements and its social and economic contributions to the city of Melbourne and to the state of Victoria. It is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world.
The Oklahoma Department of Libraries (ODL) is leading the way in providing Oklahoma's citizens comprehensive online access to the state's publications, websites, social media and other digitally preserved content.
Visit ODL's other Oklahoma Digital Prairie Collections for additional resources.
After more than twenty years of uninterrupted growth, Ghent University in Belgium is now one of the most important institutions of higher education and research in the Low Countries. Ghent University yearly attracts over 28,000 students, with a foreign student population of over 2,200 EU and non-EU citizens and offers a broad range of study programmes in all academic and scientific branches. One of the focus points of the university library is long-term digital preservation. One aspect of that task is to preserve the content of various university websites at different points in time.
The American University in Cairo Web Archive collects, preserves, and provides access to the web content published by students, faculty, departments, and offices at AUC. Maintained by the Rare Books and Special Collections Library, the archive also collects Web documents that have long-term research or historical value. Topics covered include the Coptic Religion and Culture, Egyptian Arts, Culture and Society, Egyptian Business and Economy, Egyptian and Middle Eastern Architecture, January 25th Revolution, and Migration and Refugee Studies. Contact the Digital Collections Archivist, Ryder Kouba, at email@example.com if you have a suggestion for the American University in Cairo Web Archive.
The Minnesota Historical Society is a non-profit educational and cultural institution established in 1849. The Minnesota Historical Society uses Archive-It to capture and preserve Minnesota news and journalism on the web for future generations. This project was funded in FY10, FY11, and FY12 by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.
This site includes collections that were archived by the University of Rochester in 2008 and 2009.
The Special Collections Research Center is the principal repository for and steward of the Libraries’ rare books, manuscripts, archives, and University records. We collect, preserve, and make accessible primary resources and rare or unique materials, to stimulate, enrich, and support research, teaching, learning, and administration at Temple University. SCRC makes these resources available to a broad constituency as part of the University's engagement with the larger community of scholars and independent researchers. Many of the SCRC’s collections documenting the Philadelphia region’s history are found in our Philadelphia Dance Collection, Philadelphia Jewish Archives, and Urban Archives. These Archive-It collections capture the on-line presence of some of the organizations whose archives are preserved by the SCRC. Complete information about the archives is available at http://www.library.temple.edu/scrc .
The Curtis Institute of Music, located in Philadelphia, educates and trains exceptionally gifted young musicians for careers as performing artists on the highest professional level. It provides full-tuition scholarships to all of its students, ensuring that admissions are based solely on artistic promise. Curtis provides complete and diversified musical training, plus liberal arts courses.
The University of Wisconsin–River Falls (UWRF) is a public liberal arts university located in River Falls, Wisconsin. The 226-acre campus is situated on the Kinnickinnic River in the St. Croix River valley. The university has 32 major buildings and two laboratory farms, and offers more than 40 undergraduate and graduate programs. Founded in 1874, University of Wisconsin-River Falls is one of 13 comprehensive universities in the prestigious University of Wisconsin System.
The National Library of Australia is the nation's primary collection of documentary resources relating to Australia. It also has world-class collections on the Asia Pacific region. The Library provides national networked services supporting resource discovery and delivery through the Libraries Australia service and participates in international library initiatives.
The mission of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library is to help our students, faculty, and staff succeed.
Established in 1962, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library is one of the major art history reference libraries in the country. Focusing on post-medieval art, the Clark Library’s collection is outstanding in Italian and Northern Renaissance, Baroque, and French nineteenth-century, history of photography, and contemporary art fields and is well balanced in other areas as well. The Library’s resources include approximately 250,000 books, bound periodicals, auction sales catalogues, as well as a growing collection of digital assets. The Library holds a collection of over 2,000 contemporary artists’ books, the Julius S. Held Collection of Rare Books, the Mary Ann Beinecke Collection of Decorative Arts, and the David A. Hanson Collection on the History of Photomechanical Reproduction. Of note is the Library’s Institutional Archives and the Sterling and Francine Clark Papers which include diaries, correspondence, inventories of artwork, and personal papers of the Institute’s founders.
Founded in 1885, Rollins College is an independent, co-educational, comprehensive liberal arts college located in Winter Park, Florida. The Rollins Web Archiving Program selects, captures, describes, preserves, and makes accessible the historic web presence of the College. On a selective basis, the Program will also capture websites that complement existing collections in the Rollins College Archives and Special Collections, as well as websites produced by affiliates of Rollins College. For most collections, related materials are available in the Rollins College Archives and Special Collections.
The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) is an international nonprofit organisation established under a joint agreement between the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group of countries and the European Union. CTA’s mission is to advance food security, increase prosperity and encourage sound natural resource management by providing access to information and knowledge, facilitating policy dialogue and strengthening the capacity of agricultural and rural institutions and communities in ACP countries. Our work currently focuses on three key areas: * strengthening agricultural and rural development policy processes and strategies; * improving agricultural value chains, especially for small-scale producters; * enhancing information, communication and knowledge management capacities for rural development.
Founded in 1886, Winthrop University is a public, coeducational, comprehensive teaching university that teaches students to live, learn, and lead for a lifetime. The university enrolls an achievement-oriented, culturally diverse, and socially responsible student body of approximately 6,000 students. The students pursue one of 42 undergraduate or 26 graduate degree programs with more than 100 options and concentrations in arts and sciences, business administration, education, and visual and performing arts. All eligible academic degrees are nationally accredited - part of the university’s commitment to be among the very best institutions of its kind in the nation. Approximately half of all students live on the beautiful, historic campus, only a short walk away from classrooms, the cafeteria, art galleries, library, and the DiGiorgio Campus Center. Winthrop is located in Rock Hill, S.C., and within the major metropolitan area of Charlotte, N.C.
Princeton Theological Seminary was founded in 1812 as the first seminary established by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church. It is the largest Presbyterian seminary in the United States, with more than 500 students in six graduate degree programs.
Trinity University is a transformational liberal arts and sciences institution. As a primarily residential undergraduate university with selected pre-professional and professional programs, Trinity introduces students to new ways of thinking and growing while creating and nurturing a diverse community that values multiple ways of understanding the world. Trinity University takes pride in being a catalyst for growth for its students and all members of the Trinity community.
The University of Libraries has an active digital initiatives and collections program, which includes the following service areas: web archiving, digitization, research data curation, digital repository development, spatial data, metadata and digital preservation.
Since 1987, CI has been working to improve human well-being through the care of nature. With the guiding principle that nature doesn't need people, but people need nature—for food, water, health and livelihoods—CI works with more than 1,000 partners around the world to ensure a healthy, more prosperous planet that supports the well-being of people. Learn more about CI and the Nature Is Speaking campaign http://natureisspeaking.org/, and follow CI's work on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) fosters an understanding of chemistry’s impact on society.
An independent, nonprofit organization, CHF maintains major collections of instruments, fine art, photographs, papers, and books. We host conferences and lectures, support research, offer fellowships, and produce educational materials. Our museum and public programs explore subjects ranging from alchemy to nanotechnology.
The mission of the Folger Shakespeare Library is to preserve and enhance our collection; to make our collection accessible to scholars and others who can use it productively; and to advance understanding and appreciation of Shakespeare’s writings and the culture of the early modern world.
The Archives was created in 1965 by the Board of Trustees to collect, preserve, and make available the historically and legally valuable records of the University and of Stanford community members. Adjunct to this responsibility is the collecting of all materials relating to the University's founders, Leland and Jane Lathrop Stanford, and to those family members who were associated with them in business ventures or the creation of Stanford University.
The Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives (KDLA) mission is to support and promote access to library services and to ensure that documentation of government activities is created, preserved, and made available for public use. The KDLA Electronic Records Archives (e-Archives) manages and provides access to digital records from Kentucky State Government. The e-Archives Website Archives is an expansion of KDLA’s digital archives. It contains snapshots of websites from all three branches of government of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Website Archive focuses on Executive Branch constitutional officers, the Legislative Research Commission (Legislative Branch) and the Kentucky Court of Justice (Judicial Branch).
The Internet Archive is presenting searchable online libraries of the Philadelphia-region’s political advertising, television news, and a wide range of related web and social media content leading up to the 2014 election. We are collaborating with a variety of scholars, journalists and civic organizations to facilitate their assessment of how local media are meeting the information needs of their communities and the influence of political spending on the media ecosystem.
Texas A\&M University - Commerce is a public four year teaching and research institution located in Northeast Texas. Founded in 1889 by William Mayo as East Texas Normal College, the university has over 11,000 students and is the second largest in the A\&M system. The James G. Gee Library at Texas A\&M University - Commerce provides access to more than 1 million cataloged items to support the teaching and research needs of its students and faculty. The Special Collections Department is dedicated to preserving documents relating to the history of the university and the Northeast Texas region.
The University Archives at The Texas Collection serves as the secure repository for Baylor University records. Its principal function is to collect, preserve, and provide appropriate access to records of enduring value related to the history of Baylor University.
Founded in 1977, the New Museum is a leading destination for new art and new ideas. It is Manhattan's only dedicated contemporary art museum and is respected internationally for the adventurousness and global scope of its curatorial program.
This collection currently includes two distinct sub-collections: The UW-Madison Collection and The Stem Cell Research Archives Project.
The UW-Madison Collection includes University of Wisconsin Web sites that document many aspects of campus life including university administration, colleges, departments, and major campus organizations, student life, research, buildings, and special and ongoing events. We also crawl UW System and Colleges administration and UW Extension Web sites.
The Stem Cell Research Archives Project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries collects, preserves, and provides access to records of stem cell research at UW-Madison and reactions in Wisconsin to work accomplished or underway at UW-Madison.
For more information about these collections or UW campus history, visit http://archives.library.wisc.edu or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. On, Wisconsin!
The mission of the Library-Archives Division of the Wisconsin Historical Society is to acquire, preserve, and present records and information documenting the history of Wisconsin comprehensively and aspects of North American history. As the State Archives it holds the records and publications of Wisconsin state and local governments. The Library-Archives Division is also a major manuscript repository and serves as the American history library for the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Stanford Library's Social Sciences Resource Group supports research, instruction and collection development within the social sciences, including subject areas like political science, economics, sociology, anthropology, psychology, communication, environmental and public policy. The SSRC also includes CA state, local, US Federal and International government information, data and statistics. SSRC's Archive-it collections will focus on San Francisco bay area governments, IGO/NGO working papers, and other areas of interest to Stanford social scientists.
The NCAR Library and Archives seek to preserve the institutional history and intellectual output of NCAR/UCAR.
The Columbia University Libraries (CUL) web resources collection program archives selected websites in thematic areas corresponding to existing CUL collection strengths, websites produced by affiliates of Columbia University, and websites from organizations or individuals whose papers or records are held in CUL's physical archives.
Iranian Blogs Web Archive is the initiative originated at Stanford University Libraries and currently managed by New York University Libraries. The goal is to preserve and ensure access to freely available selected social networking sites created by individuals, non-governmental and cultural organizations, political parties, etc. In Persian, English and other languages.
The University of Waterloo, located at the heart of Canada’s Technology Triangle, is one of Canada’s leading comprehensive universities. We’re home to 30,000 full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students who are dedicated to making the future better and brighter. As we plan for the future, the University of Waterloo Library is focusing its efforts in three strategic areas: student experience, space, and e-initiatives. The uWaterloo Web Archive is one of these new initiatives, preserving a record of Waterloo's web presence as part of our University Archives collections.
Harvested by: Library Services and Content Management, U.S. Government Publishing Office.
The Federal Depository Library Program, FDLP, was established by Congress in 1895 to provide free, permanent public access to Federal government information. The US Government Publishing Office administers the FDLP on behalf of the participating libraries and the American people. More information about the FDLP can be found at www.fdlp.gov. To provide permanent public access to Federal Agency Web content, the Federal Depository Library Program harvests selected U.S. Government Web sites in their entirety. Access to these sites is made available through links in our online public access catalog, the Catalog of U. S. Government Publications http://catalog.gpo.gov. For more questions about our web archiving program contact us at FDLPwebarchiving@gpo.gov
The New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) consists of the research libraries of three leading art museums in New York City: The Brooklyn Museum, The Frick Collection, and The Museum of Modern Art. The NYARC web resources program archives curated collections of websites in areas which correspond to the scope and strengths of the print collections at each research library, as well as NYARC project websites and the institutional websites of the three museums.To nominate websites for inclusion in NYARC's collections, please email: webarchive[at]frick[dot]org
These webpages were created by the government of Salt Lake County to assist them in their mission of providing public safety, health services, and cultural and recreation opportunities while also managing property, growth, and development issues. Salt Lake County is the most populous county in the state of Utah, and is the location of the state capital, Salt Lake City.
The pages selected and preserved contain information of long-term administrative or historical value. These pages are for research purposes only; information may be outdated. For the latest Salt Lake County government information please visit the live website at http://www.slco.org/.
A brief history of the County: The Mormon pioneers arrived in the Salt Lake valley in 1847 to establish a religious settlement, and the “State of Deseret” government was created. The Legislative Assembly officially created Great Salt Lake County on January 31, 1850. Over 11,000 residents lived in the County at that time. The first formal meeting of Salt Lake County government occurred on March 15, 1852, eighteen months after the Utah Territory was established by the United States Congress. Probate judges and county selectmen functioned in what was known as the County Court. The duties of the County Court included both judicial and executive powers for the administration of county government. With statehood in 1896, a county commission was created. At this time, County government had a County Auditor, Assessor, Attorney, Clerk, Recorder, Sheriff, Surveyor, and Treasurer – the same independent offices that exist today. In 2000, a new Mayor/Council form of government was chosen by the voters to replace the County Commission. Today, County government serves over 1 million residents.
The Alaska State Library promotes and coordinates library services to the community of Alaskan libraries, serves as the primary research library for state government, and collects, preserves, and makes accessible Alaska-related materials, including State of Alaska publications.
iBrattleboro.com is a citizen-written news and information site serving Brattleboro, Vermont. Community perceptions of town, regional, state, and national issues have been documented in stories, comments, polls, photos, and events since February of 2003. iBrattleboro also includes the Brain Trust, a wiki of Brattleboro historical documents and photos.
The Archives of Michigan seeks to permanently preserve Michigan government information for reference and research purposes. Annual snapshots of the Michigan.gov web portal (as well as legislative and judicial branch web pages) will be captured in December of each year.
Founded in 1908 and named for the mother of our country’s founding father, the University of Mary Washington has built a rich history of traditions and academic excellence. The institution has evolved from its beginnings as Fredericksburg’s State Normal and Industrial School for Women to one of the nation’s premier, selective public liberal arts and sciences universities today. The University – located midway between Richmond, Va., and Washington, D.C. – attracts intellectually curious undergraduate and graduate students in search of rigorous academics. The University's Simpson Library has partnered with Archive-It to capture web content and social media created by UMW affiliates, thereby preserving the historical record of the University.
The Industry Documents Digital Libraries at the University of California, San Francisco
The purposes of the National Gallery of Canada are to develop, maintain and make known, throughout Canada and internationally, a collection of works of art, both historic and contemporary, with special but not exclusive reference to Canada, and to further knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of art in general among all Canadians.
Hagley Museum and Library collects, preserves, and interprets the unfolding history of American enterprise. Hagley's collections document the interaction between business and the cultural, social, and political dimensions of our society from the late 18th century to the present.
The University of Iowa Libraries is the largest library system in Iowa and 14th in materials expenditures among U.S. public research libraries. The University’s Main Library, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, 5 branch libraries, and the Law Library contain more than 5 million volumes.
The University of Texas Libraries is the third largest publicly supported academic library in the United States. The LAGDA collection is an initiative of the Libraries' Latin American Digital Initiative, in conjunction with the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies.
Oberlin is a four-year, highly selective liberal arts college and conservatory of music. Founded in 1833 by a Presbyterian minister and a missionary, it holds a distinguished place among American colleges and universities. It was the first college to grant bachelor's degrees to women in a coeducational environment and, historically, was a leader in the education of African Americans. It is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Higher Learning Commission. The Oberlin community is known for its academic and musical excellence and its commitment to social justice, sustainability, and diversity.
Montana State Library meets the information needs of state agency employees, provides permanent public access to state publications, supports Montana libraries in delivering quality library content and services, works to strengthen Montana public libraries, and provides visually or physically handicapped Montanans access to library resources.
The University of Utah, located in Salt Lake City in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, is the flagship institution of higher learning in Utah. Founded in 1850, it serves over 31,000 students from across the U.S. and the world. With over 72 major subjects at the undergraduate level and more than 90 major fields of study at the graduate level, including law and medicine, the university prepares students to live and compete in the global workplace. Known for its proximity to seven world-class ski resorts within 40 minutes of campus, the U encourages an active, holistic lifestyle, innovation and collaborative thinking to engage students, faculty and business leaders.
Henry Clay Frick (1849–1919), the coke and steel industrialist, philanthropist, and art collector, left his New York residence and his remarkable collection of Western paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts to the public “for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a gallery of art, [and] of encouraging and developing the study of fine arts and of advancing the general knowledge of kindred subjects.” Designed and built for Mr. Frick in 1913 and 1914 by Thomas Hastings of Carrère and Hastings, the mansion provides a grand domestic setting reminiscent of the noble houses of Europe for the masterworks from the Renaissance through the nineteenth century that it contains. Renowned for its small, focused exhibitions and for its highly regarded concert series and lectures, The Frick Collection also operates the Frick Art Reference Library, founded by Henry Clay Frick’s daughter, Helen Clay Frick, located in an adjoining building at 10 East 71st Street. Both a research library and a photo archive, the Frick Art Reference Library is one of the world’s great repositories of documents for the study of Western art. It has served the international art world for more than seventy-five years.
The Arab American National Museum's mission is to document, preserve, celebrate, and educate the public on the history, life, culture and contributions of Arab Americans.
The National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world's largest medical library and a component of the National Institutes of Health, collects, preserves, and makes available to the public information about health, medicine, and the biomedical sciences. To continue fulfilling this mission, NLM is collecting and archiving related Web content, which also serves to document the histories of health and medicine.
The Wyoming State Archives ensures that all citizens have ready access to the documentary resources reflecting history and governmental functions.
The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa is a land, sea and space grant institution and rated as a Carnegie Research Universities institution. The library serves the Mānoa campus as well as the other nine UH system campuses. It is a member of five Asia-centered American academic consortia and the Hawaiian Collection is unequaled in the world -- collecting and preserving materials related to native Hawaiian language, culture, and history. The Archives and Manuscripts collection includes the Hawaii War Records Depository and Hawaii Congressional papers as well as the Plantation Archives formerly held by the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association and the Japanese American Veterans Collection. The Pacific Collection is internationally recognized for the excellence of its holdings, which include materials relating to the island regions of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts brings recognition to the achievements of women artists of all periods and nationalities by exhibiting, preserving, acquiring, and researching art by women and by teaching the public about their accomplishments.