Learn About the Rose Archives
The Carnegie Hall Susan W. Rose Archives has a deep commitment to ensuring the safety, security, and endurance of materials in its collections. Its mission is to acquire, preserve, and make publicly accessible documents and materials—physical and digital—related to the origins, history, activities, growth, and development of Carnegie Hall. This mission is accomplished by the conservation and preservation of objects in its care, by supporting research and scholarly use of the collections, and by presenting exhibitions in the Rose Museum.
Lead funding for the Digital Collections of the Carnegie Hall Susan W. Rose Archives has been generously provided by Carnegie Corporation of New York, Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation, and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Public support has been provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities and a Save America’s Treasures grant by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through its partnership with the National Park Service.
Additional funding has been provided for the Carnegie Hall Films Company Collection with support from the National Film Preservation Foundation, and by the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) through the New York State Regional Bibliographic Databases Program.