The Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Collection
Acknowledgments and Special Thanks
The Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine web site was funded through a generous gift by the Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Foundation. Special thanks go to Dena Kaye for her support of this project and to Ed Weidenfeld for his work in making this project possible.
Curatorial expertise was provided by Walter Zvonchenko, Matthew Barton, and Rob Stone.
Text for this site was written by Doug Reside and Daniel Walshaw.
Editorial assistance was provided by Jan Lancaster, Karen Lund and Jan Lauridsen.
Digital production and conversion work was coordinated by Karen Lund. Selection of materials for digitization was done by Daniel Walshaw. Scanning of paper items was performed by the LC Digital Scan Lab, Jan Lancaster and Daniel Walshaw. Digitization of the audio and video materials was performed by the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound division of the Library of Congress and James Wolf.
Permissions and copyright research was conducted by Sam Serafy.
Timeline design and user interface for “Keep ‘Em Laughing: A Special Exhibit from the Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Collection” were performed by Doug Reside and Elisabeth Kvernen, initially in their capacity as staff at the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland. The Library of Congress is grateful to MITH for this collaboration which has resulted in making the Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Collection more accessible to researchers.
Special thanks to David Koenig for providing expert knowledge on Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine.
Technical functionality and programming of the collection site were performed by a team from Network Development and MARC Standards Office which included Nate Trail, Rashmi Singhal, Kevin Ford, and Betsy Miller.
Web site design and user interface for the collection site was created by Betsy Miller based on user-centered design principles.
Additional thanks go to Sue Vita and Jan Lauridsen for their supervision of the project; and to William Kellum and Chris Carlson for their assistance with the web site templates and protocol.