Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection Project Staff

The organization of the Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection Project was a collaborative effort between the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections and the Department of Preservation and Conservation.

Funding for this project is provided by "Save America's Treasures," a public/private partnership between the White House Millennium Council and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, administered by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections Project Team

Principal Investigator

Elaine Engst

Content Specialists, Cataloging and Web Site Coordination

Katherine Reagan
Marjorie Robinson
Margaret Nichols
Eleanor Brown

Web Site Designer

Kenneth Williams

Department of Preservation and Conservation Project Team

Principal Investigator

John Dean

Scanning and Metadata Creation

Barbara Berger Eden
Bronwyn Mohlke
Susann Argetsinger
Robert Glase

Conservation

Michele Brown
Roger Clearwater
Pat Fox
Kevin Auer
Chris DeCicco
Chantha Luy
Amy Stecher

Conservation Liaison

Joan Brink

Digital Library and Information Technologies

Technical Support

Peter Hoyt

DLXS Implementation

George Kozak