CLIR Grant for NCSU Libraries

Contributed by Brian Dietz

 ASPCA inspector, undated, ASPCA Collection

ASPCA inspector, undated, ASPCA Collection

The NCSU Libraries and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) are honored to receive a major grant award from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). The Libraries will partner with the ASPCA on the three-year project "'The Animal Turn': Digitizing Animal Protection and Human-Animal Studies Collections." A $360,384 Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives award from CLIR will fund the digitization of some 239,000 pages of archival materials from the Libraries' nationally significant animal rights and welfare collections, and approximately 150,000 pages from the ASPCA's records documenting its history as a national leader in animal protection since its founding in 1866.

More information about the project is available in the Libraries' press release:
https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/news/libraries-partners-with-aspca-on-large-scale-digitization-of-animal-welfare-materials

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