A Modern archives reader: basic readings on archival theory and practice

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National Archives and Records Service, U.S. General Services Administration, 1984 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 357 pages
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Contents

Reflections of an Archivist 15
15
PREARCHIVAL FUNCTIONS 23
23
Records Management and the Walking Archivist 38 S
38
RECORDS APPRAISAL 55
55
Appraising MachineReadable Records 71
71
Leonard Rapport
80
U ARCHIVAL ACQUISITION
101
Building a
114
Aural and Graphic Archives and Manuscripts 187
187
DESCRIPTION
201
The Preparation of Inventories at the National
211
Subject Guides 245 s
245
J REFERENCE 255
255
PUBLIC PROGRAMS 279
279
Considerations and Caveats 289
289
ESTABLISHING PRIORITIES
297

A Primer on Manuscript Field Work
124
IMtM VThe Gift and the Deed 139 V
139
E ARRANGEMENT 147
147
SfZiM? Archival ArrangementFive Different 162
162
An Introspective 181
181
When is a Collection Processed? 309
309
The Archival Edge 326
326
APPENDIX
336
GLOSSARY
339
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