Explore our collection of images online! We are proud to expand access to our Armenian photographs, meeting the demand for rare images.
Since 1975, Project SAVE Archives’ work has been collecting the photographic heritage of our worldwide Armenian community. Project SAVE is entrusted to preserve and protect these historic images from loss, destruction and being forgotten.
Check back often as we are continually adding images and information.
We are grateful for grants from The Dadourian Foundation, The Bilezikian Family Foundation, and
The Souren Maroukian Charitable Trust.
We welcome you to explore our online collection of images from Christian missionaries and workers in the Near East Relief from 1900-1920s who observed and photographed the daily lives of the local population.
These photos came to Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives primarily from two sources: descendants of missionaries, as well as descendants of students in missionary schools and orphans in Near East Relief orphanages.
Like others who have donated their photos to Project SAVE, they have entrusted us to document, catalog, preserve and protect these important historic images from loss, destruction, and being forgotten.
Many of these Missionary Collections were acquired in the 1980's and early 1990's, prior to the wide use of digital technologies. Today Project SAVE Archives is proud to make these collections available to the world.