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Smithsonian Libraries Take Parisian Design Online

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Martin R. Kalfatovic and Stephen Van Dyk, Smithsonian Institution Libraries. Special Libraries Association 94th Annual Conference. June 10, 2003. New York, NY

Martin R. Kalfatovic and Stephen Van Dyk, Smithsonian Institution Libraries. Special Libraries Association 94th Annual Conference. June 10, 2003. New York, NY

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  • 1. Smithsonian Libraries Take Parisian Design Online Stephen Van Dyke Martin R. Kalfatovic Librarian Head, New Media Cooper-Hewitt , Office National Design Museum Library Smithsonian Institution Libraries Special Libraries Association / 94th Annual Conference New York, New York 10 June 2003
  • 2. Le Garde meuble - In Print
  • 3. Le Garde meuble - Online
  • 4. Smithsonian Institution Libraries • 20 branch libraries between New York City and The Republic of Panama • 121 staff • ~ $8 million budget
  • 5. New Media Office and SIL Digital Library
  • 6. New Media Office and SIL Digital Library • 5 staff • Imaging Center • Web design • Contract imaging management
  • 7. New Media Office and SIL Digital Library • Science (Taxonomic Literature)
  • 8. New Media Office and SIL Digital Library • Trade Literature
  • 9. New Media Office and SIL Digital Library • History of Science
  • 10. New Media Office and SIL Digital Library • “Treasures”
  • 11. New Media Office and SIL Digital Library • Art and History
  • 12. Smithsonian Libraries Imaging Center • Located “Off the Mall” at 1111 North Capitol St. • 2 regular staff • Interns and Volunteers
  • 13. Smithsonian Libraries Imaging Center • 2 Digital scanning back cameras • 2 flatbed scanners • All Mac environment
  • 14. Le Garde - Digitizing • Volumes mostly disbound • Flatbed vs. Digital Camera • Introduction by Cynthia Van Allen Schaffner
  • 15. Le Garde - Digitizing
  • 16. Le Garde - Digitizing
  • 17. Le Garde - Digitizing
  • 18. Le Garde - Digitizing
  • 19. Le Garde - Digitizing
  • 20. Le Garde - Digitizing
  • 21. Le Garde - Digitizing • 465 Plates • 783 “detail” illustrations • 1,248 total images
  • 22. Le Garde - Access • Creation of a set of terms drawn primarily from AAT • Application of these terms by SIL Cataloging staff
  • 23. Le Garde - Access Furniture Types (Broad) – Beds (furniture) – Library steps – Benches – Cornices and Moldings – Cabinets (case – Desks furniture) – Canterburies – Detail Drawings (storage furniture) – Fire Screens – Chairs – Interior Elevations – Etc.
  • 24. Le Garde - Access Furniture Types (Narrow) – Desks and book – Etageres cases – Extension dining – Details tables – Dining chairs – Fireplaces – Doors – Gaming tables – Easy chairs – Etc. (comfortable -- upholstered)
  • 25. Le Garde - Access • Styles – Gothic Revival – Louis XIV – Louis XV – Louis XVI – Renaissance Revival – Rococo Revival – Directoire – Troubadour
  • 26. Le Garde - Access
  • 27. Le Garde - Access
  • 28. Le Garde - Access
  • 29. Le Garde - Access
  • 30. Le Garde - Access
  • 31. Le Garde - Access
  • 32. Le Garde - Access
  • 33. Le Garde - Online