Black Holyoke Uncovered: Archival Leads Collection Session
Do you have documents or memories pertaining to the black community in Holyoke? We’re interested in any leads on names of individuals, collections of materials, documents, photographs, letters, diaries and personal memories. On February 24, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. we will be collecting notes, scan documents, and listen to your ideas and stories.

If you know you are planning on coming, please fill out the form below so that we can be prepared for your visit. If you are unable to attend, please fill out the form below so that we can follow up with you regarding this project.

For any questions, please call 413-322-5660 or e-mail eslocumb@umass.edu

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Are you able to attend our drop-in collection day on Saturday, February 24?
It takes approx. 20 - 40 minutes to participate. By indicating your expected arrival time below, you can help us to plan the day.
If no, would you like us to contact you directly regarding your historical material?
If no, would you be interested in participating in a future archival collection day?
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Specifications for scanning
Please bring any photos and documents in their original format when possible. For example, if the photo is a print, then please bring the original print if at all possible. If the photo was "born digital" (i.e. taken with a digital camera), then please bring a copy of the file on a USB drive or e-mail it advance to info@wistariahurst.org
What will all of this material be used for?
Wistariahurst is a public research archive and we strive to make our materials accessible to all. Our materials are used by students, members of the local community, and scholars from around the world. We allow people to use the materials for historical publications and for educational purposes. If you decide to donate any materials to our archive now or in the future, we will ask for the usage rights to that material in order to allow scholars and teachers to utilize the materials in books, presentations, or other history and education projects. More information will be provided on-site or call us at 413-322-5660 to talk directly with our archivist and City Historian.
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