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The At-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum will increase access to tribal history by cataloging and scanning a group of photographic negatives donated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida's newspaper, the Seminole Tribune. Nearly 9,000 negatives will be cataloged, transferred to acid-free paper envelopes, labeled, and scanned by a newly hired cataloging assistant, who will assist staff with the project. The project team will upload the catalog records and images to the museum's online collections website. The project will enhance the museum's ability to fulfill requests for images that connect tribal members to their past.