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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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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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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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Kimberly 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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CU Boulder Media Relations Oct 3
. has undertaken a project to build out archival collections related to Japanese and Japanese Americans throughout the university's history.
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JMU SpeCollections Oct 11
It was great connecting with the community and our fellow colleagues!
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Rose Library Emory Oct 28
Sarah Quigley, the Rose Library’s Head of Collection Processing and Chair of the Society of American Archivists’ Committee on Public Policy, is quoted in the National Public Radio piece about President Trump and his tweets and deletes.
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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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Kentucky 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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Smithsonian NAA Oct 17
Join us for a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Q?rius Education Center TOMORROW Friday, October 18 from 1:30 to 4pm. Tell the stories of women "trowelblazers" in anthropology with
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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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Davidson Archives Oct 7
Twenty years ago today marks the groundbreaking of the Knobloch Campus Center, which remains a hub of social life for students today. Here's coverage of this event from the .
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Atlanta Studies Oct 25
An shout out to ! Check out this post by their own about just one of the many fascinating collections there: the records of the Cobb County
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SC Archives&History Oct 23
This article from the Columbia Record in 1950 announces a plan to microfilm some of SC's early state and county records (S108058). The microfilm from this project is still used daily in our research room to access genealogical and historical records!
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Alabama Department of Archives and History Oct 2
It's our favorite day of the year! Our staff are ready to answer your most pressing archival questions. Get ready to from 8:00 to 5:00 CST today.
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JMU SpeCollections Oct 10
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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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Indiana Archives Oct 10
Dealing with means migrating files from obsolete formats. What's the most unusual media object you have in your collection?
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NUL Transportation Oct 10
An PSA: unless you are handling photographs, you generally do not need to use gloves when working with archives. If you are sandblasting metal parts or heliarc welding, on the other hand - you may need to Handle with Gloves.
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Bob Clark Sep 18
Hey & , my colleagues & I are going to be recording a conversation answering "research & archives in the age of Covid-19" questions. What would you like us to talk about? Video will be posted in October for . Reply or DM me!
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