Registration Methods for the Small Museum
Daniel B Reibel's Registration Methods for the Small Museum has been the definitive guide to registration methodology since 1978. Covering all aspects of the registration of museum collections, it provides practical solutions for any museum professional in a concise, readable manner. The step-by-step guide begins with developing policy, and then takes the reader through acquisition, numbering, accessioning, documentation, loans, and decessioning - all of the steps necessary to establish and maintain a registration system. The fourth edition brings the classic handbook up-to-date with the electronic registration techniques that are available for today's museum.
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Introduction to the Fourth Edition
Why Have a Museum Registration System?
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AASLH accession file Accession Ledger accession number accession record acquire American Association application software archives Association of Museums Atterbury borrow Buck and Gilmore card catalogue catalogue cards catalogue number cession Chenhall Collection Management Policy collection policy Collections Committee computer file condition control number copy County Historical Society create curator data bank data management deaccession developed Director documents donor Door Lock entry card example exhibit gift agreement going Hero County Historical history museum inventory ject jointer plane keep Latch Assembly lection lender Linda McRae loan form loan register Malaro Mercer Museum museum collection museum field Museum Registration Methods museum registration system NAGPRA Nomenclature numbering system object Old Economy Village paper catalogue paper records person practice problem purpose Registrars responsible seum single-number system small museum things three-number system tion updating vendor word processor worksheet