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About Archive

Archive was a Computer Hardware & Services/IT Services company based in Culver City, California. Archive was acquired in 2002.

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600 Corporate Pointe Suite 1200

Culver City, California, 90230,

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Latest Archive News

San Francisco Launches Innovative Muni History Exhibit to Celebrate 100 Years

Feb 22, 2012

Twitter SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — On Tuesday, Mayor Edwin M. Lee, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and partners Market Street Railway (MSR) and Historypin announced the launch of ‘Treasures from the Muni Archive,’ a new exhibit of photographs from Muni’s extensive archive celebrating the last 100 years. The exhibit is installed on Muni transit shelters along Market Street, at the MSR Museum and on Historypin, a project of the London-based non-profit We Are What We Do. “San Francisco is excited to launch the ‘Treasures from the Muni Archive’ exhibit to engage the City about Muni’s rich past and begin the celebration of Muni’s centennial,” said Mayor Lee. “The high-tech features of this exhibit make history come alive and represent San Francisco’s commitment to innovation.” “With nearly 30,000 photos in the SFMTA archive, we are pleased to have such a unique way to share them with residents and visitors,” said SFMTA Director of Transportation Edward D. Reiskin. “We are grateful to our long-standing partner, MSR, and one of our newest partners, Historypin, for making this exciting exhibit possible.” “Our City has one of the richest transportation histories in America,” said MSR President Rick Laubscher. “We salute Muni for the work it is doing in preserving its own precious archives and sharing them with San Franciscans and visitors alike through this project. We’re proud to help on this and other activities marking Muni’s centennial.” The SFMTA’s civic art project takes visitors from a traditional exhibit of approximately 20 archive images at the MSR Museum that were featured in the book, “San Francisco’s Municipal Railway: Muni,” to the city’s streets where semi-transparent, site-specific images have been mounted on the backs of Muni wave shelters along Market Street between the Museum and the Powell Cable Car turnaround. The physical exhibit is supported by an extensive online collection from Muni’s archives at . “The SFMTA Photographic Archive’s innovative displays have turned bus shelters into free history museums,” said Historypin CEO Nick Stanhope. “While San Francisco may be the first city doing it, I fully expect this trend to catch on around the world.” With the help of Historypin, the SFMTA can now share a tour of site-specific images. Shelter displays have a QR code that allow viewers to access a summary of the exhibit and a link to the free app. The app allows the viewer mobile access to Historypin’s site where they can explore numerous photos of their current location, explore the full Historypin collection or post their own photograph from that location. The SFMTA Archive’s page on Historypin will also be available on interactive monitors at the MSR Museum. The Municipal Railway was founded on December 28, 1912. During Muni’s centennial year there will be several events to provide people with information about Muni’s world-renown transit history, including additional photography exhibits from Muni’s archive that dates back to the 19th century, vintage vehicles in City events and, in collaboration with MSR, a revival of the popular trolley festivals. Centennial events officially kick off in the Spring. About Market Street Railway Market Street Railway is the nonprofit preservation partner of the San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni), the city agency that owns and operates San Francisco’s transit system, including its historic streetcars and cable cars. The 1200-member organization’s leaders were a driving force in making vintage streetcars a permanent part of the San Francisco scene. Today, besides supporting Muni’s historic streetcar and cable car service, Market Street Railway operates the San Francisco Railway Museum across from the Ferry Building at 77 Steuart Street as part of its mission of preserving historic transit in San Francisco. About Historypin Historypin is a way for millions of people to come together, from across different generations, cultures and places, to share small glimpses of the past and to build up the huge story of human history. Everyone has history to share: whether it’s sitting in yellowed albums in the attic, collected in piles of crackly tapes, conserved in the 1000s of archives all over the world or passed down in memories and old stories. Each of these pieces of history finds a home on Historypin, where everyone has the chance to see it, add to it, learn from it, debate it and use it to build up a more complete understanding of the world. Historypin has been developed by the not-for-profit company We Are What We Do, in partnership with Google. Related News Stories:

Archive Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Archive founded?

    Archive was founded in 1999.

  • Where is Archive's headquarters?

    Archive's headquarters is located at 600 Corporate Pointe, Culver City.

  • What is Archive's latest funding round?

    Archive's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Archive raise?

    Archive raised a total of $18M.

  • Who are the investors of Archive?

    Investors of Archive include Cyclone Commerce, VeriSign, Rare Ventures, Mayfield, Silicon Valley Bank and 5 more.

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