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June 21: Rockville: contribute to Digital Memory Project

Posted by isulib on June 16, 2014

Residents are invited to have their personal pictures and documents digitized at a COMMUNITY SCAN DAY, Rockville Public Library (106 N. Market St.), June 21, 10am – 2pm. This is free.

Rockville Library is a partner of the Wabash Valley Visions & Voices Digital Memory Project, a collaborative effort of west central Indiana libraries, museums, cultural organizations and community groups spanning six countied.

WV3 works to preserve the region’s history in print, image and sound. In the past 10 years the organizations has amassed more than 160,000 items from 21 partners and 44 collections.

While much of WV3’s collection includes artifacts, hotographs and documents from the distant past, the partners are also interested in recent history, such as modern and digital documents and photographs.

For more information about the project: 765.569.5544.

Visit the site at visions.

Look for:

  • artifacts
  • administrative and personal papers
  • manuscripts
  • photographs
  • texts
  • yearbooks (e.g. ALL ISU yearbooks have been scanned in cover to cover)
  • maps
  • oral histories
  • other audio/video files


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