The 2014 Awards Ceremony Journal may be accessed here (via Scribd).
Each year the Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc. (A.R.T.) presents four awards during New York Archives Week.
This award recognizes an individual or archival program that has made an outstanding contribution to the archival profession, or a notable achievement of value to the archives community, its patrons or constituents. The recipient must be a member of A.R.T. or an archival program operating within the New York metropolitan region.
Presented by Bob Sink, Retired Archivist/Independent Researcher
Past recipients include:2013 - Peter Wosh
OUTSTANDING SUPPORT OF ARCHIVES:
CENTER FOR JEWISH HISTORY
This award recognizes an individual or organization for notable contributions to archival records or archives programs through political, financial or moral support.
Presented by Susan Malbin, Director of the Library and Archives, American Jewish Historical Society
Received by Rachel Miller, Senior Manager for Collection Services and Laura Leone, Director of Archive and Library Services, Center for Jewish HistoryPast recipients include:
THE ROARING 'TWENTIES
This award recognizes an individual or organization for use of archival material in a meaningful and creative way, making a significant contribution to a community or body of people, and demonstrating the relevance of archival materials to its subject.
Presented by Kenneth Cobb, Assistant Commissioner, New York City Department of Records
Received by Dr. Emily Thompson, Professor of History, Princeton UniversityPast recipients include: 2013 - Rhizome
AWARD FOR EDUCATIONAL USE OF ARCHIVES:
This award recognizes and celebrates an individual or organization who utilizes primary source materials to create engaging and informative learning experiences for diverse audiences.
Presented by Jason Kuscma, Executive Director, Metropolitan New York Library Council
Received by Natalie Milbrodt, Queens Memory Director and Associate Coordinator of Metadata Services, Queens Library