NY Philharmonic Digital Archives Releases New Material

Join an international online discussion of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra’s International Era 10:30 am (EDT), Thursday, March 22.  Using original source material from the Philharmonic’s Digital Archives, scholars around the world will discuss the Philharmonic’s role in key events from 1943 to 1970.

I am interning at the Philharmonic Archives this term to learn about digital archives.  My work thus far, and that of my colleagues there, has been leading up to this important next step in the first phase of digitizing the Archives.

So join the discussion in Google Hangout on the 22nd.  It promises to be educational and informative in many ways.

 

Jackie Rider

About Jackie Rider

I am copyright project archivist for the Sigmund Freud Papers at the Library of Congress.  I have master's degrees in library & information science from Long Island University, archives & public history from New York University, and theology from Union Theological Seminary. I have been a freelance writer and photographer for faith-based organizations in New York and Washington, D.C.  Before that I worked in university public affairs in D.C.
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