Archive dating back
The exhibition history project was initiated and overseen by Michelle Elligott, chief of archives, and Fiona Romeo, director of digital content and strategy.The process took three Mo MA archivists two and a half years to integrate over 22,000 folders of exhibition records dating from 1929 to 1989.Over the years Connors began collecting audio clips from some of the most important interviews of the time.
Connors spent several years in the US Air Force working in communications before settling down in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
She painstakingly re-mastered the audio so it could be preserved for posterity.
Some of these interviews include Kenneth Arnold, the pilot who had a very important UFO sighting that ultimately served as the impetus to the Air Force’s entrance into UFO research. Allen Hynek, the astronomer who first served as the US Air Force’s debunker, but eventually turned into a proponent for serious scientific research of UFOs.
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