• In July 2012, Carnegie Hall’s Archives embarked upon an exciting new chapter with the start of its Digital Archives Project, a multi-year initiative that will preserve and digitize most of the Hall’s historic collections.  Many of Carnegie Hall’s archival materials—including photographs, program books, flyers, posters, correspondence, and recordings—are currently available only on paper or in media formats likely to become obsolete.  This project will ensure that the Hall’s legacy is preserved for future generations while also providing ways to capture new materials developed by Carnegie Hall in support of its artistic and educational programs.
    As part of this project, historic materials will be eventually made accessible to researchers and the public in a much greater way—on-site at Carnegie Hall and online via carnegiehall.org—all in support of the Hall’s mission, serving the widest possible audience. Updates will be posted regularly, so please check back!
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    October 7, 2013
    It's New York Archives Week!
    READ: In case you haven’t heard, it’s New York Archives Week!  Sponsored by the Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan New York, Inc., this annual celebration of events aims to educate the public about the rich and varied archival collections at archives, libraries, and cultural institutions throughout the New York City area.
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  • Lead support for the digitization of Carnegie Hall Archives has been provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and by the Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation.