New from the Archives: September 2015
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This summer was a good one for Archives projects on Kickstarter, with two of our most backed projects to date finding success, and a handful more still going strong as we head into the fall. Read on for more details.
The reissue of the NASA's Graphics Standards Manual, originally created in 1974 by Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn, and in use by NASA through 1992.
The Pasadena Museum of History is looking to preserve over one-million photographic images it's collected throughout the years, by means of a state of the art cold storage system.
The legendary Last Gasp Publishing's hardcover edition of Keija Nakazawa's manga classic about the bombing of Hiroshima. (It's also Last Gasp's second project!)
The third edition of WORKac's volume on eco-urbanism, and the reinvention of the modern city.
A hardcover edition of an early 1980's Portland, Oregon-based Advanced Dungeons & Dragons fanzine.
A vinyl re-issue of Adam Again's seminal 1992 album from Lo-Fidelity Records.
The fourth Kickstarter project from the Bob Mizer Foundation in their ongoing effort to preserve the 50 years of accumulated photographic and film work of their namesake.
A collection of rare and newly-restored cartoons produced by Bray Studios between 1913 and 1927, from animation archivist Tommy Jose Stathes.
Preserving the history of Eugowra, Australia through the restoration and digitization of 16mm and 8mm film from the late 1950's to mid-1960's.
An archival website that hopes to preserve for future generations the stories, trials, and triumphs of those individuals who have changed the face of zoos and aquariums.
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