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US National Archives Oct 30
What’s your archives astrological sign? Read on to find out what your star sign says about you and what your archival format would be! 📸
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US National Archives Oct 17
October is American ! Rita Scott works in our Federal Records Center (FRC) in Chicago. FRCs provide services to other Federal agencies, such as storing and retrieving documents--tax returns, passport applications, and more--that agencies need. Thank you, Rita!
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US National Archives Oct 30
For our final post, we’re highlighting Channon Harris, who was working as a student when a fire broke out. “It was clear that in my hands was a person’s life history. I was trusted to handle this material and do all I could to restore them,” he says.
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US National Archives Oct 23
In less than two years, Hyoji Jang--based at the National Archives in Chicago--has already visited 8 of our locations, thanks to a promotion and a week of cross-training.
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King County, WA Oct 29
📜Celebrate with us at the Archives Fair!📜 Explore exhibits — including photographs, maps, copies of the first marriage licenses recorded in Washington Territory, and more. 📅Wednesday ⏰10 a.m. - 2 p.m. 📍City Hall, 🔗
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CaterpillarInc Oct 27
October is Archives Month! We're so excited to have an incredible collection that consists of over 1 million images, 1,000 artifacts, 25 antique machines, 300 pieces of art, and 100,000 digital assets. Find out more:
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Chandra Observatory Oct 30
: 6 new Chandra/Hubble images released for ! 🤩 Chandra data are stored in a digital archive available to professional scientists & members of the public alike! Learn how to process images by Combing Through the "X-ray Files":
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US National Archives Oct 22
Happy ! Christa Lemelin was interested in presidential records and classification as a graduate student, and was inspired to work for after her “alternative spring break” experience in the Office of Presidential Libraries.
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US National Archives Oct 29
Cheryl Albany is a security specialist at in Washington, DC. In addition to escorting VIPs and the Secret Service, she travels to Presidential Libraries and Federal Record Centers for risk assessments. She also assists the emergency management team.
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US National Archives Oct 21
Although he works at in the Center for Legislative Archives, Donald Collier is a familiar face on Capitol Hill. He picks up new accessions and delivers loans of records back to committees for the current business of the House and the Senate.
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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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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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US National Archives Oct 31
Use this handy chart to discover what terrifying movie you'll be watching on ! We'll be popping popcorn and settling in to watch "Invasion of the Howling Rubber Bands."
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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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US National Archives Oct 30
Alexandra Villaseran recently finished indexing Record Group 85, Entry 7, which contains early correspondence records of the Immigration Service. “Reading through some of these letters as I've indexed them has been fascinating,” she says.
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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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Chicago Public Library Oct 1
October—a month of many celebrations—is also American Archives Month, a time to celebrate history and how we care for it. Check out what archivist Johanna shares about the job and the importance of our archives. 🔎
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National Geographic Oct 14
Happy Birthday, Eliza Scidmore! After joining the National Geographic Society in 1892, she became not only the first official female writer, photographer and board member, but also an associate editor and overseas ambassador. 📷: Wisconsin Historical Society
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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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Society of Ohio Archivists Oct 31
Celebrate the last day of today by downloading the 2019 poster! "Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Ohio’s Role in Space Exploration," in honor of 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing July 20, 1969.
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