ABOUT SARA LOTT

Sara Lott joined the Computer History Museum in 2007. As Senior Archives Manager, Sara is responsible for managing all aspects of the museum's archival collections. Sara also provides reference access to the museum’s text, still, and moving image collections.

SARA LOTT ARTICLES (4 )

Maxing Out the Minimal: CHM’s Archives Processing Project Is Underway

Maxing Out the Minimal: CHM’s Archives Processing Project Is Underway

  October 20, 2015
In 2014 the Museum applied for and received a $274,560 grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) to process a portion of its backlog over a span of two years. CHM contributed a...   Read More
SRI ARC Journal: A Record of Engelbart and his Team

SRI ARC Journal: A Record of Engelbart and his Team

  August 29, 2013
In 2006 Elizabeth “Jake” Feinler orchestrated the deposit of over 375 linear feet of records from what was then known as Stanford Research Institute with the museum. The records were from SRI’s Augmentation Research Center (ARC)...   Read More
William Shockley’s Fortune “Found” in Archive

William Shockley’s Fortune “Found” in Archive

  February 08, 2013
Every now and then we hear of a document being “found” or “discovered” in an archive. Several months ago there was a lively exchange on Atlantic.com about the “discovery” of a medical report at the National...   Read More
Conservation of the Fairchild Notebooks

Conservation of the Fairchild Notebooks

  August 31, 2012
con•ser•va•tion noun Conservation is the action or treatment of damaged materials to ensure their survival for as long as possible. Conservation may repair or simply stabilize cultural property. I recently had the opportunity to observe...   Read More