Frankel & Curtis blueprints collection
Interns will make accessible a collection that highlights Lexington’s architectural history by processing the Frankel and Curtis blueprints and papers. Multiple students will work together on a multiformat project after the collection is processed that will layer GIS technology, city government data, archival photos, and digital humanities tools. This project will also include analysis of a National Register of Historic Places application.
This is an ideal project for students of various backgrounds, including computer science, architecture, engineering, historic preservation, geography, sociology, anthropology, fine arts, or history.
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