Organizing archival records: a practical method of arrangement and description for small archives
David Carmicheal's classic guide for organizing a small archive, now updated to include real-life examples, information on computer use in organizing records, and a bonus CD-ROM.
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Accession Sheet accounts payable Alfred Walker alphabetical Answers begin ANSWERS TO EXERCISE archival materials archival records archivist arranged and described bound volumes Brisley Centerville chronological City High School Collection Background Note Collection Description Sheet Collection Number collection series accession Collection Title Container List Content Note copies correspondence created or compiled creator Curtright Dallas Dianu diaries documents donated example folder containing group of records H OAR Historical Society individual John Johnson City High Kathleen Winifred Walker Kessler Plan label Laura Greeter look manuscript groups Meredith Wilson Minutes Miscellaneous notes notes and poetry OAR Database organization original order personal papers Personnel files placed published record group records created records produced relate repositories researcher Scope and Content Series Description Sheet series number Series Title sheet music shelf shelves small archives storage subject headings Town of Richland Troup County White Plains Wilson Family Papers