Share in our discoveries across three projects as we work to provide the first intellectual access to our hidden treasures relating to work and labor in early 20th Century New England, the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair and its period, and Boston local TV news.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Team Work Life

Members of the Northeast Historic Film Hidden Collections team gathered for a photo on one of the longest days of the Maine summer. Audrey Young, a graduate of the New York University Moving Image Archives program, comes to the project following a Fulbright award for study in Portugal. Boafoa Offei-Darko is here on an internship from Wellesley College, where she has studied with filmmaker Salem Mekuria.

Left to right in the back row: Katrina Dixon (media cataloger), Audrey Young (cataloging assistant), Boafoa Offei-Darko (Wellesley College intern). In the front row are essential project members, although not full time, Gemma Perretta, collections manager, and Joe Gardner, tech services. Monica Nicola has left Northeast Historic Film.

Another glimpse of catalog record, the Norma Willard Collection.

REMINDER: Northeast Historic Film hosts the annual
Summer Film Symposium in Bucksport, Maine, on July 23-24. Filmic Representations of Indigenous Peoples, organized by Janna Jones, Mark Neumann and Snowden Becker. Time to register!


Mike said...

this is a comment for Audrey Young - Hey, I found your name on the Instituto Camoes scholarship page and I typed your name into google and thought maybe i could contact you like this - My name's Michael Fletcher and Im studying Portuguese right now at Middlebury in VT. I'm interested in applying to the Instituto Camoes to study portuguese on one of their annual fellowships and I was hoping maybe I could talk to you about that - if you get the chance please email me at

Mike said...

oops, i gave you the wrong email, haha,

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