The meticulously detailed descriptions of the Peters Prints are largely the work of the late Anne Marie Serio (1941-2002). Her long professional involvement with museum documentation standards and her advocacy on behalf of collections represent an important legacy for the Museum. Together with Debbie Schaefer-Jacobs, formerly of Collections Documentation Services, Anne spent many hours completing the database with careful inclusion of information about the prints that future users of the catalog might want to retrieve. Access to the rich and complex visual expression of 19th-century culture has been greatly enhanced by their work.

Collections Documentation Services staff:
Rebecca Ames, Patrick Brown, Bernard F. Gallagher, Andrea Heiss, Katie Morris, Nicole Wuest

Special thanks to:
David K. Allison, Alicia M. Cutler and Karen Garlick

Nancy G. Brooks

Project director:
Helena E. Wright, Curator of Graphic Arts, Division of Culture and the Arts

Peters Collection-Division of Home and Community Life staff:
Debbie Schaefer-Jacobs, Jennifer Strobel, William H. Yeingst

Smithsonian Photographic Services staff:
David Burgevin, John Jones, Hugh Talman

New Media program:
Dana Allen-Greil, Matt MacArthur

Web design & development:
Threespot Media

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