Tag Archives: archive scanning

Tips for seeking grants to pay for archive preservation.

SmallTownPapers’ scanning program, ArchiveInABox, works with numerous organizations that seek grants to pay to digitize the community’s newspaper archive and make it online accessible for everyone to explore and enjoy.  Nearly every community has an organization which provides historical preservation type … Continue reading

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Creative Methods Newspapers Are Using To Afford Archive Scanning

Newspaper publishers are understandably nervous about their bound volume and loose printed archives. On one hand, they are desperate to have their increasingly fragile newspaper archives scanned and placed online where they can safely be searched by their own staff … Continue reading

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Engage your community by scanning your archive.

In the next couple of weeks, we’re wrapping up two major newspaper archive scanning projects. Both happen to be for religious newspapers which tell wonderfully rich stories of their respective communities. The organizations we were scanning for have both been … Continue reading

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SmallTownPapers Introduces Discover America’s Story

Oklahoma’s The Mooreland Leader newspaper has become the first to sign onto Discover America’s Story – a new nationwide program launched by SmallTownPapers to preserve history from small town America. The program makes it possible for the Leader to digitize … Continue reading

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