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Innovative Archives Award to Twp of Ocean Historical Museum

The New Jersey Caucus of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference announces their Innovative Archives Award for 2015.

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Spotlight on Carnegie Mellon University Archives

The Carnegie Mellon University Archives is home to more than 6,000 feet of records and 100 years of CMU’s history.

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Nominations for Roger McDonough Award

Nominations are now open for the Roger McDonough Award given to a librarian or archivist for exemplary long service in New Jersey.

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PA Hospital Historic Collections

The Pennsylvania Hospital (1755) by William Strickland.

The Pennsylvania Hospital Historic Collections documents the history of the Pennsylvania Hospital from 1751 to the present.

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Registration for the 2015 Miller Lecture is Now Open

The registration page for the 2015 Frederic M. Miller Lecture featuring Katherine Ott, a public historian and curator at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, is now open.

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Rutgers PhD candidate Christina Weyl receives Archives of American Art Graduate Research Essay Prize

The Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art has announced Rutgers Art History PhD candidate Christina Weyl as the winner of this year’s Graduate Research Essay Prize. Weyl’s essay, titled Networks of Abstraction: Postwar Printmaking and Women Artists of Atelier 17, was constructed with evidence and research primarily obtained through the Archives of American Art.

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Reception and Lecture to Honor Dr. Martin Levitt, Librarian at the American Philosophical Society

The Temple University Department of History, the American Philosophical Society, and the Temple University Alumni Association have announced a special reception and lecture in honor of Dr. Martin Levitt, librarian at the American Philosophical Society. Dr. Levitt earned his doctoral degree at Temple University in 1991, and has taught archival studies courses for Temple’s History program for many years.

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