Finding Aids

hagley-logo-smithsonian-web-withback  Sperry Corporation, UNIVAC Division photographs and audiovisual materials

A corporate collection spanning over 70 years. Audio, film & video collections were processed and finding aid was updated.
http://findingaids.hagley.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/1985_261.xml

DragonIcon_Blue_HEX copy W. W. Hagerty administration records 1934-1994

A collection of University president records spanning a career of over twenty years. Collection was rehoused and arranged into series.
https://idea.library.drexel.edu/islandora/object/idea%3A5028

othmeralia-portlet-116 Henry Earle Lumpkin Photograph Collection

A collection of black and white photographs pertaining to the donor’s career.  Previously processed, a finding aid and catalog record for the OPAC were created.
http://othmerlib.chemheritage.org/record=b1070692~S5

Exhibits

exhibit

The exhibit on Drexel University President William Walsh Hagerty was created from a large collection of his papers that I processed in 2014. I then created this exhibit using photographs, newspaper articles and inspiring quotations from President Hagerty to tell the story of his significant 20 year long tenure.

Website

I have worked with the Burlington County Prison Museum Association for over 4 years. Their first initiative was to create a website, which I completed using Dreamweaver. Over the years adding exhibits and photo galleries, obtaining and making accessible scans of the original building plans and maintaining the site itself:

http://www.prisonmuseum.net/

Social Media

  • I’ve created pages in Facebook for the Burlington County Prison Museum Association where I periodically update the information on the page and monitor followers.
  • While working at the Chemical Heritage Foundation Image Archives, I have uploaded various images to Tumblr and written accompanying posts.
  • At Villanova University Falvey Library Special Collections I created a Wikipedia page for a special collection, as well as edited several others.

Metadata & Scanning

  • Scanned hundreds of 19th century handwritten letters using Villanova University Special Collections book scanner.
  • Inputted detailed metadata into Villanova’s digital library.

http://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl:200471

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