The Collections

University of Virginia
Alan Cheuse papers, 1976-2009
The author, book critic, and NPR‘s - voice of books. The collection includes drafts of novels and short stories as well as correspondence and book reviews on 60 disks.

Senator John Warner papers, 1972-2009
Political papers covering his career as United States Senator from Virginia and Administrator to the Bicentennial. Beginning in 2002, Warner‘s staff systematically scanned all paper-based constituent correspondence onto 50 CDs, the original files were then discarded.

Stanford University
Robert Creeley collection
American poet, novelist, short story writer, editor, and essayist. The papers feature both published and unpublished manuscripts in a variety of formats including over 50 floppy disks.

Stephen Jay Gould papers
Influential American paleontologist, evolutionary biologist and historian of science. The collection contains more than 150 diskettes of various formats and 3 computer tapes of research data from the 1980s and 1990s

Peter Koch collection
Co-founder of the Black Stone Press with artist Shelley Hoyt. Koch operated his own design and printing studio continuously for almost thirty years. The collection includes a hard drive with correspondence and graphic arts files (created in Quark) and e-mail.

• Xanadu Project collection.
6 hard drives with papers relating to the Xanadu Project, XOC, and Eric Drexler. The Xanadu Project was founded in 1960 by Ted Nelson, and was the first hypertext project, widely regarded as a conceptual antecedent of today's World Wide Web.

University of Hull
Papers of Stephen Gallagher
Novelist, screenwriter and director specialising in contemporary suspense. The born-digital material will include drafts of books, screenplay adaptations, his blog and his website.

Socialist Health Association papers
This UK organisation, affiliated with the Labour Party, promotes health and well-being and the eradication of inequalities. The project will liaise with the depositor to collect born-digital records including its campaigns and activities and its e-mail newsletter

Mission to Seafarers
This Christian agency has provided help and support to those in need in more than 200 ports across the globe. The collection of paper and digital will be catalogued together and allow the project to tackle issues surrounding hybrid collections.

Yale University
New Haven Oral History Project
150 digital recordings and text transcripts of oral histories conducted by the New Haven Oral History Project staff with New Haven, CT citizens. The interviews touch on a number of themes, but often focus on issues of race, class, government, education and immigration.

Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects Records
Cesar Pelli and his firm have designed many iconic buildings of the 20th century including the World Financial Center in New York. The project will focus on early CAD projects and document the evolution of the design from idea to completed building.

James Tobin papers
Correspondence, subject files, and writings documenting the professional career of the Nobel laureate and long time economics professor at Yale.

Henry Ashby Turner Jr. papers
Professor Turner is a noted historian and scholar of modern Europe, particularly Germany. The collection includes various professional writings and correspondence, including historical research data in digital form relating to the dealings of General Motors with Nazi Germany.

James Welch papers
James Welch is well known for his fiction dealing with the histories and experiences of Native Americans, and the drafts of manuscripts, for novels and other works, together with correspondence and secondary literature, make the Welch papers a valuable resource for research in literary, American, and Native American studies.