The MBL Community Archives Project is a collaboration between MBL, Arizona State University, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and Dartmouth College.
- Co-Directors: Michael Dietrich, Dartmouth College; Laura Lovett, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Matt Person, MBLWHOI Library
- Project Manager: Kate MacCord, Arizona State University
- Historians: Hannah Barg, Grace Foster: Mt. Holyoke College; Florian Huber, Lijing Jiang, Erick Peirson: Arizona State University
The MBL History Project enters its third year.
On Thursday, May 14th, the MBL History Project researchers opened up their summer laboratory in MBL’s Lillie building, room 228, for the start of the project’s third year. The team will be in residence until July 17th.
During MBL’s 125th anniversary this summer, the MBL Community Archives Project asks you to contribute your photographs, memories, stories, letters, and research or course notebooks to our community generated archive.
On Friday, July 22, 2016, the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) History Project closed its doors on its fourth season.
The MBL Archives’ digital archiving effort began with a collaboration between Arizona State University and the Marine Biological Laboratory, called the MBL History Project.
An exciting opening to the MBL Community Archives Project took place on Friday, May 25th in the Grass Reading Room, and down the hall in the new archives intake studio Lillie Rm 228 in the MBLWHOI Library.
This summer the MBL Community Archives Project is holding three Open House Fridays, on July 12th, 26th, and August 2nd. These events will be held in the Grass Reading Room of the MBLWHOI Library at 12 noon, and the community is invited to attend.
The MBLWHOI Library and the MBL Community Archives Project
You are invited to 2 Community Archives talks, on the Fridays of July 26 and August 2