was curated by Michael Plunkett,
Director of the Albert H. Small Special Collections Library, and Heather Moore, Head of Public Services, Albert H. Small Special Collections Library.
Website design for "Private Passions, Public Legacy" by Garry Barrow, Web Designer /Webmaster, Communications & Publications Department, U.Va. Library.
Multimedia objects for the exhibit were produced by Garry Barrow, with contributions from: Chris Jessee, senior programmer for IATH, who developed the Flash ActionScript for the interactive maps and made the script available for general use out of selfless magnanimity; and Michael Tuite, director of the Digital Media Lab in the Robertson Media Center, who advised us and shot the QTVR images of the Myripticon.
Graphic design for poster and banner by Josef Beery.
Materials from the physical exhibit were digitized by staff in the Special Collections Digital Center using the center's Epson Expression 800 scanners, Kontron ProgRes model 3012 digital camera and PhotoPhase Plus digital camera.
Images were enhanced for web display using Debabelizer 3.0 and Adobe Photoshop 5.5. The digital exhibit is optimized for viewing on a monitor that supports the display of 24-bit color.
Site management by Felicia Johnson, Digital Services Coordinator, Special Collections Digital Center and Rebecca Yokum, Digital Research Assistant, Special Collections Digital Center.
Thanks to all of the library staff and students who contributed to the exhibition: Cary Coleman, Gayle Cooper, Edward Gaynor, Michelle Kraft, Marie-Louise Kragh, Chris Lee, Ben Lisle, Kate Moomaw, Melissa Norris, Lea Palabrica, Mercy Quintos, George Riser, Ann Southwell, and Luciana Wlassics.
Special thanks to: Beverly Carter, Karen James, Gillian Kyles, William Reese, Anna Kathryn Schoefert.