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The Freedom House: A Legacy Preserved web exhibit is based upon a physical exhibit that was located in the display cases outside the Archives and Special Collections, in the lower-level of Snell Library at Northeastern University, from 1999 to early 2003. Nancy Richard created the physical exhibit. April Hagins created the web exhibit for a Master of Library Science internship, Spring 2003. Michelle Light, Assistant Archivist, and Northeastern University Co-op students, Funnya Bezverkhny and Katie Geiszler, provided additional assistance. Materials come from the Freedom House Records, available at the Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections.

Exhibition Copyright. This online virtual exhibition is © by Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. Excerpts from the site may be reproduced for non-commercial, educational use only, except where limited by other copyrights.

Illustrations and Reproductions. Northeastern University holds the copyrights for some (but not all) of the illustrations and textual images reproduced here. If you are interested in reproducing items, please contact the University Archivist. As with all copyrighted material, “fair use” guidelines of the applicable copyright laws may apply to educational or other non-commercial uses.

Original Contributions. The narrative prose written especially for this online exhibition is copyrighted by Northeastern University. Portions of these texts may be quoted or excerpted for non-commercial, educational purposes, provided that such quotes are accurate and proper attribution is given.

Citation and Attribution. This electronic exhibition as a whole may be cited as:

“The Freedom House: A Legacy Preserved,” the online edition of a Northeastern University Libraries exhibition. Boston: Northeastern University Libraries, 2003.