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THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers

About the Neighborhood Archive

I had been considering this for a few years. Having grown up in the late 70's and on through the 80's, I was a kid who loved a regular visit to Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. As an adult, I have continued to hold a dear appreciation for Fred Rogers, the values he taught, and the legacy he left.

Tim in TreeFor quite some time ,I had considered creating an internet archive of all things Mister Rogers...yes, all things. Episode commentary, books for kids, books for adults, LP releases, CD releases, fan stories, news articles, toys...and so on...and so on. I searched the web and to my amazement, nothing like that existed.

Then PBS pulled Mister Rogers' Neighborhood from its regular programming, essentially ending an era of invaluable childrens' television. While there were indeed efforts being made to keep the Neighborhood program on the air, I felt that my idea for an archival site dedicated to Mister Rogers could never be more appropriate than it was right then.

Starting out in a blog format in December 2008, the Neighborhood Archive has evolved into this more user-friendly website. This effort has found a solid audience of faithful Mister Rogers fans and has grown to be a long-overdue web resource dedicated to one of the most influential icons of our generation -- Mister Rogers. I encourage you to check in on the Archive regularly as you can expect frequent updates.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, suggestions, or contributions you would like to make regarding the Neighborhood Archive. I would be happy to hear the ways in which Fred Rogers has touched your life.

Thanks for stopping by!

info [at] neighborhoodarchive [dot] com

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Special Thanks

A huge amount of gratitude is owed to several people for helping to improve the Neighborhood Archive and for simply allowing it to exist.

Eric, Aaron, and Paul, your contributions through information, commentary, donation and research has been invaluable. Thanks as well, to others who have contributed -- either financially or by providing images and details not yet available on the Neighborhood Archive.

And most of all, thanks to the fine people at the Fred Rogers Company for their access to and permission to use images, material, and footage. Your generosity is greatly appreciated by all who visit the Neighborhood Archive!


Neighborhood Archive Press

2011.05.00 Mister Rogers' Cyber-Hood FRC Neighborhood News
2012.01.16 Big Idea Behind Mister Rogers & Me MisterRogersAndMe.com
2012.03.21 Neighborhood of Awesome Advenutre Club Podcast
2012.07.22 The Mister Rogers Legacy Continues Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
2013.01.28 A Chat with Tim Lybarger 3 Adventure Club Podcast
2013.01.30 A Day in the Neighborhood [Explicit] White Dad Problems
2013.02.12 Kids TV Shows Nerd Lunch Podcast
2013.06.18 Mr. Rogers at the Zoo Smithsonian Institution Archives
2013.09.28 The Jeremy Show Interviews The Jeremy Show
2013.12.07 Weekend Links Mental Floss
2013.12.11 11 Facts About the Christmas Special Mental Floss
2016.02.26 24 Rare Photos From MRN Mental Floss
2016.07.17 Why Lady Elaine Fairchilde Was My First Feminist Role Model The Establishment


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