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  About the Library
  • Library Overview
  • RWWL Vision, Mission and Values
  About Archives Research Center
  • Departmental Overview
  • Staff
  About the Morehouse King Collection
  • RWWL as Custodian
  • Collection Overview
  • Notable Items
  • Book Listing
  • News Releases
  • In the News
  Accessing the Collection
  • Collection Finding Aid
  • Access Policy and Procedure
  • Exhibition Loan Policy
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  The Path to Scholarly Access
  • Transitioning from Sotheby's
  • Inventory and Control
  • The Atlanta History Center Exhibit
  • Arrangement and Description
  The MLK Jr. Archival Collaborative
  • Phase I & Phase II
  • Partner Institutions
  Morehouse College
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  The MLK Jr. Archival Collaborative
  Phase II
   
  With continued funding from the Mellon Foundation, Phase II of The MLK Jr. Archival Collaborative encompasses the implementation of strategies developed collaboratively in Phase I by archival staff at the Woodruff Library of the AUC, HGARC and Stanford’s King Institute. Woodruff archivists are using the Archivists’ Toolkit software to create common subject terms and names for items within the Morehouse King Collection, while HGARC archival staff do the same for the collection housed at Boston University. Efforts are being undertaken to make the description of the collection consistent with those used for King materials described as part of the King Papers Project at Stanford.

The Morehouse King Collection at Woodruff Library of the AUC remains closed to the public so that archivists can complete the arrangement and description process necessary for scholarly access. It is not expected to be open for research before fall 2008.











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