Candace Ruby, M.A. Public History ’16
The original Freedom House: A Legacy Preserved web exhibit went online in 2003. It was based upon a physical exhibit that had been located in the display cases outside the Archives and Special Collections, in the lower-level of Snell Library at Northeastern University, from 1999 to early 2003. This version builds upon the design, text, and archival materials presented in the original. Contributors for the original exhibit included:
Creation of the physical exhibit: Nancy Richard
Creation of the web exhibit: April Hagins, as work for a Master of Library Science internship. Michelle Light, Assistant Archivist, and Northeastern University Co-op students, Funnya Bezverkhny and Katie Geiszler, provided additional assistance. Materials come from the Freedom House Records, available at the Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections.
Credit and Copyright
Citing this project
The Freedom House: A Legacy Preserved. Online exhibit. Northeastern University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections, Boston, Massachusetts.
Copyright and licensing
Northeastern University holds the copyright for some, but not all, of the texts and photographs exhibited on this site. Please contact the Archives and Special Collections Department at email@example.com to obtain reproductions of the materials and to inquire about copyright.
CERES: Exhibit Toolkit
This project was created on a customized WordPress instance using the CERES: Exhibit Toolkit. These tools, as well as archival, hosting, and support systems, are provided by the Northeastern University Library Digital Scholarship group. The DSG specializes in the Digital Humanities and helps faculty, staff, and students in the Northeastern community showcase their projects to the public.