| 431. A December to Remember |
Eighty-five years ago this month the museum hosted two of the most remarkable women of their age.
|432. A New Ingalls Library Tradition|
| 433. Digital Collections |
The Ingalls Library and Museum Archives digitizes books, auction catalogs, photographs, and other archival materials for access and preservation purposes. Use the links below to access our digital collections.
|434. William Ward Records|
| 435. Donation Policy |
Ingalls Library and Museum Archives welcomes donations of funds or materials to augment the collections.
|436. William Mathewson Milliken Records|
| 437. Finding Aids |
Museum Archives - Collections / Finding Aids
| 438. Delayed Reading Room Opening January 27 |
| 439. Possibility Thinking: How the Ingalls Library Supports the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Open Access Initiative |
One year ago today, the CMA became an open access (OA) institution, defined by OA guru Peter Suber as “[b]arrier-free access to online works and other resources.” The Ingalls Library participated in the lead-up to the launch by preparing metadata, and has since had the pleasure of marketing the O