Chicago Cubs

Larry Archival, Digitization

TDAG provided services for two very important historical projects for the Chicago Cubs in preparation for their 100th anniversary. Historic Blueprint Collection The Chicago Cubs accumulated a large volume of blueprints, providing a historic timeline of the changes that have been made to the “Friendly Confines” of Wrigley Field throughout the years. The Chicago Cubs organization wanted to digitize and …

Chicago Blackhawks

Larry Digitization

The Blackhawks are one of the “Original Six” NHL teams. They have won six Stanley Cups Championships since their founding in 1926. Prior to a move to a new office in the United Center annex, TDAG was asked to digitize the Blackhawks player files consisting of over 25,000 assets including photographs, slides, negatives, contracts, publications and news clippings. TDAG provided …

Chicago White Sox

Larry Archival, Digitization

The White Sox are one of the American League’s eight charter franchises, established as a major league baseball club in 1901. TDAG earned the opportunity to create the White Sox digital archive by providing a solution to digitize over 100 years of assets over a three-year period. Our digitization efforts cover all categories of assets including player files, slides, negatives, …

Ethel Kennedy Collection

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

Larry Archival, Digitization

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights is a human rights advocacy organization and a nonprofit charitable organization that works to realize Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s dream of a peaceful and just world by advancing human rights. TDAG was entrusted to digitize Robert F. Kennedy’s legacy and the legacy of the organization led by RFK’s widow and Founder, Ethel Kennedy. Digitization and …

Brown University

Larry Archival, Digitization

Published since 1891, The Brown Daily Herald is the second oldest student newspaper among America’s college dailies. These fragile bound publications total over 63,000 pages and covered news events around the world and at Brown University. After carefully unbinding the publications, TDAG utilized RAW capture camera systems to capture and digitize the newspaper pages. Post digitization, the pages were converted …

The Brace Burke Historic Baseball Image Collection

Larry Archival, Digitization

Chicago sports photographer George Burke began photographing baseball players in 1929, when he succeeded famous Chicago Examiner cameraman Francis P. Burke as the photographer of the Chicago Cub’s. Mr. Brace also photographed the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Bears during his career. George Burke’s location in Chicago gave him unlimited access to players on all major and minor league teams …