Contributors

Harvard Library
Executive Director
Helen Shenton

Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor and University Librarian
Robert Darnton

Harvard University Archives
University Archivist
Megan Sniffin-Marinoff

Contributing Archivists
Diann Benti, Project Archivist
Kate Bowers, Collections Services Archivist
Dominic Grandinetti, Processing Archivist
Juliana Kuipers, Processing Archivist/Special Materials Cataloger
Colin Lukens, Holdings Management Associate
Robin McElheny, Associate University Archivist for Collections and Public Services
Barbara Meloni, Public Services Archivist
Laura Morris, Project Archivist
Jerad Mulcare, Historical Content Specialist
Jennifer Pelose, Processing Archivist/Project Manager
Gloria Whiting, Historical Content Specialist

Weissman Preservation Center
Acting Program Manager
Brenda Bernier

Contributing Conservators
Christina Amato, Book Conservation Technician
Bill Hanscom, Project Conservation Technician
Debora Mayer, Helen H. Glaser Senior Paper Conservator
Adam Novak, Project Paper Conservator
Alan Puglia, Book Conservator in the University Library
Pam Spitzmueller, James W. Needham Chief Conservator for Special Collections

Digitization Services
Imaging Services, Harvard Library
Northeast Document Conservation Center

Web Site Production
Web Site Concept: Peter Kosewski
Web Site Design and Production: Robert Levers/Levers Advertising and Design
Programming: Aristos Koyanis

Editorial Services
Peter Kosewski
Catherine Blatz

Special Thanks
Bobbi Fox, Digital Library Software Engineer
Vitaly Zakuta, Digital Projects Librarian

Home Page Image
From Drawings by Joshua Green, which consists of five watercolor drawings created by Joshua Green, a judge and legislator from Wendell, Massachusetts, while he was an undergraduate at Harvard College between 1780 and 1784. Four of the drawings depict Harvard buildings, or buildings in the vicinity of Harvard, and one of these drawings includes measurements of the distances between the depicted buildings; these drawings were possibly created as part of a mathematical assignment. The fifth drawing is a map of North America.

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