In the spring of 2006, Andover-Harvard Theological Library at Harvard Divinity School was contacted by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., with an expressed interest in obtaining copies of the library’s records of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) for use at the museum.
Under contract to Life and Google, a Frederick-based imaging company has spent two years scanning those rare images, along with a few million others from the magazine archives. All told, some 20 technicians, working as a team about 16 hours a day, have scanned nearly 6 million images. Google has put about 2 million online: pictures of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. preparing for the March on Washington, of Clark Gable at his home, of atomic bomb tests on…
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Imagine seeing 75 years of history scroll across your screen every day for two years and not being able to talk about it. Such has been life (pun intended) for approximately 20 Crowley Company employees tasked with digitizing nearly 10 million images from Time Incorporated’s LIFE magazine archives. Working since December of 2006 and led by project manager DeAnne Larsen, the Crowley staff has witnessed never-publicized photos of distinguished personalities and celebrities, world events, wars, scientific advances and the intimate…
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In a move to further enhance customer service on imaging hardware both manufactured and distributed by The Crowley Company, president Christopher Crowley announces a technical services relationship with KODAK Service and Support. “This is a beneficial alliance for our customers,” says Crowley. “KODAK Service and Support will provide outsourced maintenance and support on a variety of our Mekel Technology and Zeutschel copying and scanning equipment where it makes geographic sense.
The Mekel MACH V will be introduced to the public by The Crowley Company on Monday, October 20th at the ARMA International Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada (Las Vegas Convention Center). “The MACH V is the vehicle of our Quantum Scanning process – a step beyond the typical full-roll or ribbon-scanning hardware and processes currently on the market,” states company president Chris Crowley. “It’s a natural progression in our Mekel product line.
InoTec GmbH has three new partners to boost its presence on the American continent. In the USA, “The Crowley Company” will be handle sales of InoTec document scanners. This US company has more than 15 years of experience in image processing and document digitalisation. “This step will place us in an excellent position to use the growth potential in North America in an optimal way with our partners”, explained Peter Schnautz.
Christopher Crowley, president of The Crowley Company, announces the hiring of several key staff members to support the corporation’s ongoing growth. In the newly-created position of Director of Communications, Cheri Baker will spearhead the company’s marketing and public relations efforts, working closely with the executive managers and sales staff in each of the company’s three divisions: manufacturing, digital imaging and technical services.
Relais International is pleased to announce that Relais software products now interface with the Zeutschel OS 12000 Scanner. As such, Relais Enterprise, Relais ILL and Relais Express can be
used in conjunction with this Zeutschel scanner. The interface was developed by Relais staff using
the Zeutschel API in cooperation with The Crowley Company, the exclusive distributor of Zeutschel products in North America.