A collection of photographs and other memorablia from Hansen's Sno-Bliz
The online exhibit was created by Allison King as the culmination of her Masters program in Information Studies at the University of Texas at Austin in collaboration with Ashley Hansen. The purpose of this online exhibit is to showcase some of the memorabilia collected over the years by Ernest and Mary Hansen.
To read more about the creation of the Sno-Bliz Online Exhibit, check out the Sno-Bliz Blog.
For the online exhibit, materials were selected that were representational of the types of items in the collection, the variety of customers, and the span of years that Hansen's Sno-Bliz has been in business.
If you have pictures of Hansen's Sno-Bliz that you would like us to include in this exhibit, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submitted images become property of Hansen's Sno-Bliz.
Instead of submitting to the collection, images may also be posted to the Hansen's Sno-Bliz Flickr Group. Images posted to this group are not property of Hansen's.
Unless specifically stated, all items belong to Hansen's Sno-Bliz. Materials may be used for academic and instructional use only. All other uses require the express permission of Hansen's Sno-Bliz. Questions and inquiries regarding all rights and permissions concerning the imagery and contents of this site may be addressed to email@example.com
All materials not copyright to Hansen's Sno-Bliz are put up under Fair Use. If you are the copyright holder and wish us to remove the item, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sno-Bliz Online Exhibit is run using OpenCollection Digital Library software.
All of the first set of digitized materials, except the collages and audio-visual materials, were scanned using a Brother MFC-465CN scanner at Hansen's Sno-Bliz. The collages were scanned on a DigiBook in the Digitization Center in the PC Library at the University of Texas at Austin. All two-dimensional materials were digitized as 400 dpi lossless TIFFs with 24-bit color depth. The audio-visual materials were digitized at the School of Information's computer lab. Born digital materials, photographs and movies, settings varied depending on the settings of the digital camera.
Allison King would like to thank the following people who helped take this project from an idea to a reality:
Ashley Hansen would like to thank: