Arranging & Describing Archives & Manuscripts

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Society of Amer Archivists, May 31, 2005 - Reference - 180 pages
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User Review  - James Mitchell - Goodreads

A very clear and concise introduction to the principles of archival arrangement and description. This book contains practical examples in appendices that should prove helpful for beginning archivists and student workers/interns in archival repositories. Read full review

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User Review  - Lori - Goodreads

This is a manual or reference book on how to arrange and describe archives. It was really helpful since I've started working in an archives! This stuff is so hands-on, however, that sometimes it's just more confusing to read about it than to just actually do it. Read full review

Contents

Archival Repositories and Their Clientele
3
Core Concepts and Principles
11
What Entity Should Be Described?
17
Copyright

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