Image Output Details

The following indicates the typical image output for high resolution images created by the MHS:

Original two-dimensional item is 8.5” x 14” or smaller
RGB, TIFF, 600 dpi
Maximum size- 122 MB, 5100 x 8400 pixels

Original two-dimensional item is between 8.5” x 14” and 12” x 17”
RGB, TIFF, 400 dpi
Maximum size-93 MB, 4800 x 6800 pixels

Original shot on 4” x 5” color transparency film, scan made from transparency
RGB, TIFF, 1200 dpi
Maximum size- 82 MB, 4800 x 6000 pixels

Images made on the copy-stand with digital 35mm camera:
RGB, TIFF, 300 dpi
Maximum size- 46 MB, 4928 x 3264 pixels

Upcoming Events

Conversation

Historians on Hamilton

22Sep 4:00PM 2018
There will be a pre-talk reception at 3:30.

The musical Hamilton has catapulted a founding father to the heights of popular culture.Three historians will explore this creative approach to discussing the stories of ...

Author Talk

Under the Starry Flag: How a Band of Irish Americans Joined the Fenian Revolt and Sparked a Crisis ...

24Sep 6:00PM 2018
There will be a pre-talk reception at 5:30.

In 1867 forty Irish-American freedom fighters, outfitted with guns and ammunition, sailed to Ireland to join the effort to end British rule. Yet they never got a chance ...

Modern American Society and Culture Seminar

Radical Nonviolence and Interracial Utopias in the Early Civil Rights Movement

25Sep 5:15PM 2018

This paper examines how radical pacifists refined nonviolent direct action to challenge racial segregation and inequality in the United States. These activists adopted ...

From our Blog

Rachel Wall's Confession, the words of a Pirate?

For Talk Like a Pirate Day we bring you the words of a Pirate! The MHS holds an interesting broadside featuring Massachusetts' only female Pirate: Life, last words and dying confession, of ...

This Week @MHS

This week at the MHS we have an author talk, our annual graduate student reception, and a discussion among hisotrians about the musical Hamilton. Details below: - Tuesday, 18 September, 6:00 PM: If I ...

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