Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box: 1-25
Abstract The Doll Collectors of America (DCA), Inc. records are a compilation of organizational records, reference materials, scrapbooks, and ephemera from members of the DCA. The bulk of the materials are dated between 1935 and 1996.
Collection — Box: 1-8
Abstract The Doll Oral History Project collection is a compilation of oral history audio cassettes, transcripts, photographs, reports, and other documentation on this project from Summer/Fall 1987, administered by Dorothy Washburn for the Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum. Oral history interview transcripts (along with associated indexes) were digitized in 2019 and are available to access digitally through ...
Abstract This video oral history with Michael C. ("Mike") Hotra was recorded on August 1, 2022 via TheirStory. The video interview and transcript are accessible online via
The Strong's Preservica-Universal Access portal.
Abstract This collection contains several dozen terabytes of digital capture recorded during the IMLS-funded Video Game Capture Project at The Strong. Researchers interested in this resource should contact staff from ICHEG for contents/extent of video games available from this project.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract The Margaret Woodbury Strong collection contains correspondence, photographs, ephemera, scrapbooks, clippings, financial papers, legal documentation, blueprints, drawings, notes, moving images, and other materials related to the life of Margaret Woodbury Strong and relatives (including the Woodbury family, the Motley family, and the Strong family). The bulk of the materials are dated during Mrs. Strong’s lifetime, between 1897 and 1969. Additional related Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum...