News from RBML’s Archivists and Collections Managers | July and August 2021

Kevin Schlottmann, RBML’s head archivist, shares a selection of new and updated finding aids, as well as newly available collections. Newly Digitized Archival Collections If you missed the RBML blog post, note this wonderful story of how two papyri fragments at Columbia University Libraries (CUL) and the British Library were digitally reunited.  All credit to […]

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News from RBML’s Archivists | June 2021

  Kevin Schlottmann, RBML’s head archivist, shares a selection of new and updated finding aids, as well as newly available collections.   Newly Linked Audio-visual and Moving Image Collections Max Neuhaus papers, 1950s-2008 “Research materials relating to the creation and installation of sound sculptures by Max Neuhaus.” Newly Available Oral History Collections The Columbia University […]

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News from RBML’s Archivists | February 2021

  Kevin Schlottmann, RBML’s head archivist, shares these updates of a selection of new and updated finding aids, as well as newly available collections. 🆕 Newly processed collections Josephine Baker Collection “Documents Baker’s career from her arrival in Paris in 1925 as a show girl in the Revue Negre; her selection to star in a […]

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News from the RBML’s Archivists and Collections Management Specialists | December 2020

Kevin Schlottmann, RBML’s Head Archivist, shares these updates about finding aids that our archivist and collections management specialists have stewarded over the past month and made available for RBML researchers – a season of bounty even in a global pandemics! Newly digitized oral history collections Gail Mary Killian and Stephen Desroches sound recordings, 1970-2003 “The […]

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News from RBML’s Archivists | May and June 2020

Columbia University Libraries (CUL) remain closed until further notice to aid in the containment of COVID-19. While unable to physically process materials, RBML’s archivists are working on offsite locations to update finding aids and create greater accessibility for our collections. Here, Head Archivist Kevin Schlottmann shares these updates. Please be safe, wear your mask and […]

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