Project SAVE Archives has recently been in the news! Take a look and please share.
Honoring Watertown women who made an impact locally
The Watertown Tab By Eleanor Dash September 1, 2020
Missionaries and Their Efforts to Help Armenians Focus of New Online Project SAVE Database
Armenian Mirror Spectator by Alin Gregorian August 27, 2020
Konya bazaar, wood market, 1919, photographer unknown. Courtesy of Araxi Hubbard Dutton Palmer
Project SAVE unlocks archives, launches online collections database
The Armenian Weekly by Lillian Avedian August 19, 2020
Near East Relief staff members. Seated: The gentleman on the left is unknown, Dr. Khosrov Krikorian is holding his son. His daughter stands on the left next to sisters Lousaper and Anna Kussajikian. Near Beirut, Lebanon on September 19th, 1925. Photographer unknown. Courtesy of the children of Harry and Lousaper Sarmanian
Project SAVE Archives is creating more access to our primary-source photographs and their stories, to ensure our vibrant and rich heritage is seen and promoted. Be sure to visit our new online collections database at projectsave.org/gallery
We bring to light the culture and history of Armenians by making photographs and their stories, which otherwise would be lost, destroyed, or forgotten, available for public and educational use.
Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives, Inc. collects, documents, preserves, and shares images of all subjects and time periods relating to the Armenian people and the work of Armenian photographers.
We are dedicated to promoting the photographic heritage of the worldwide Armenian community.