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Gore Center Oct 10
Our archivists, Donna Baker and Sarah Calise, wrote this essay for 's History@Work blog on archiving student activism and reconciling the archival record.
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Atlanta Studies Oct 29
An shout out to our friends upstairs in . Read about this amazing collection they hold of the papers of a civil rights attorney who played a pivotal role in the Atlanta Student Movement before defending of Angela Davis
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archivistmemes Oct 1
Well, it’s officially October 1st - you know what that means: HAPPY HALLO- !! We’ll be celebrating this momentous occasion the best way we know how: with necromancy! That’s right, it’s time for some DEAD MEMES Interested? Read on!
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Kim Kowal Arcand Oct 30
Happy ! In its 20 years of operations, NASA's has observed hundreds of thousands of X-ray sources across the Universe. These data are stored in a public archive where anyone can access them a year after the observations, if not sooner.
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Kim Kowal Arcand Oct 30
A sample of new images from the archives combining X-ray data from Chandra & optical from was made by "astronomy artist" Judy Schmidt to honor
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Smithsonian Transcription Center Oct 14
Help us celebrate and honor Native American & Indigenous histories & cultures today by transcribing ongoing projects from & . Learn more in our latest blog post ➡️ .
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Modupe Labode Oct 18
History@Work is marking with a great series of posts. & guest edited the series with Check out the great series here
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SmithsonianFolklife Oct 9
Our contains documentation from communities around the world, but some recordings may be sensitive or sacred. Our new Shared Stewardship policy ensures that source communities share authority over those materials.
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Florida Memory Oct 23
One week from today the State Archives is partnering with the Tallahassee Film Society for a special screening of the 1954 film “Creature from the Black Lagoon” for . Learn more here:
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US National Archives Oct 30
Replying to @FDRLibrary
SCORPIO 🦂: Artifact - contains multitudes - tells great stories - only opens up once you really get to know them 📸
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ASU Library Oct 16
These photos of gay couples, taken in 1982 and 1987, are part of the largest archival history collection in Arizona, housed at . 🏳️‍🌈 Happy from our Community Driven Archives team!
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Marie Elia Oct 1
Accidentally left this noir scene on my processing table.
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KY State Archives Oct 22
Maybe you’re not a university student, but don’t overlook University Libraries as excellent sources of collections & records! From to to (&more!), there are plenty of opportunities to access materials that document KY history.
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Family Tree Magazine Oct 23
Have you ever considered volunteering to transcribe records? Check out these great opportunities to help future genealogists: 📝 Citizen Archivist Dashboard at 📝 The LOC's "By The People" program
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The Penn Libraries Oct 1
Happy Archives Month! Check out the calendar of Philadelphia-area happenings here , and stay tuned for on-campus events.
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History Associates Incorporated Oct 15
Only 0.757% of textual docs are digitized! Our historians help our legal clients navigate these, along with the remaining 11.4 billion unscanned pages. Explore scanned docs with NARA's visualization tool.
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US National Archives Oct 30
Replying to @USNatArchives
VIRGO: Audio Minicassette - cute - so cute - a little sneaky but doesn't lie 📸 WikiCommons
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ArchIndyArchives Oct 11
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US National Archives Oct 30
Replying to @USNatArchives
PISCES 🐟: Parchment - old soul - romantic - tougher than they look 📸
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US National Archives Oct 30
Replying to @USNatArchives
SAGITTARIUS 🏹: Wood Pulp Paper - versatile - smells great - might fall apart at any time 📸
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