Articles with keyword "Preservation"
Perched atop an English saddle and sporting leather riding boots in this 1913 pose, Saburo Shindo literally sits astride the cultural diversity that marked his life as a Hiroshima-born Nebraskan resta
Felix Nadar’s gelatin silver print on paper of Sarah Bernhardt in Le Baiser is among the holdings of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art.
When Charles Willson Peale painted former enslaved African American and Georgetown resident Yarrow Mamout in 1819, he was interested in his storied longevity.
Below is a grant opportunity from our colleagues in the NEH's Division of Preservation and Access that should be of great interest to the digital humanities community.
Part 3 of 3: Scholarly Resources
I want to remind everyone that NEH’s Division of Preservation and Access recently announced the new deadline for our Humanities Collections and Resources program.