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History 

BAM Hamm Archives

 

The BAM Hamm Archives reveal the history of America’s oldest performing arts institution and the lively borough of Brooklyn.

 

The BAM Hamm Archives collects, organizes, protects, and provides access to materials and documents that chronicle BAM’s ongoing history, programs, and people. We invite you to explore the rich past of this adventurous institution through our collection of images, text, video and audio recordings.

 

 

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Archives
About the Archives
 
About the Archives
 

Researchers: read more about the kinds of materials in the physical Archives and how to use them. We welcome researchers interested in learning more about the arts, Brooklyn, and BAM!

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Contact 
 

BAM Hamm Archives
1000 Dean Street, #317
Brooklyn, New York 11238

718.724.8150
bamarchive@BAM.org

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Information
The Leon Levy Digital Archive
 
The Leon Levy Digital Archive
 

Leon Levy Digital Archives will provide access to BAM’s history. Search production history from 1861 to now—see photos, watch video, and explore the vast collection.

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BAM150 Documentary
 
 
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BAM through the Years
 
BAM through the Years
 

Learn about fascinating events and people who made BAM what it is today. Examine photos and illustrations, trace a timeline, and read about the country's oldest performing arts institution.

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Archives
BAM Buildings
 

Learn about BAM's spaces, which have grown to several from just one.

 
 

 

Major support provided by Charles J. and Irene F. Hamm and the Leon Levy Foundation

 
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BAMblog
 
Read short articles with insights on fascinating BAM episodes and events.
 
 
Videos from Our Archive
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