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Archival Today: A fresh look at preserving the past. News, Expert Advice, Resources and More from Gaylord.
Welcome to the Archival Today Newsletter. Every quarter we will provide educational insight and resourcesthat better help you preserve the collections you care for. April 2012, Issue 5. In This Issue: Best-selling Author Helps Preserve History.
History Matters During Preservation Week: Steve Berry is the New York Times bestselling author of historical thrillers including The Jefferson Key and The Admiral's Mark. Berry, along with this wife Elizabeth, is also the founder of History Matters, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for historical preservation projects. Because of his passion for helping organizations raise money for conservation and restoration projects, collection management software and more, Berry is this year's national spokesperson for Preservation Week. Read More About Berry. Preservation Week Starts April 22. Library of Congress Preserves Beloved Films. Founding Fathers Documents Available Free.
Upcoming Events. Join us at the following conferences: Upstate History Alliance (UHA) & Museum Association of New York (MANY), April 22-24, Albany, NY.
Pass It On… Preservation Week is April 22-28: With some 630 million items in collecting institutions requiring immediate attention and care and 2.6 billion items not protected by an emergency plan, preservation awareness is a pressing need. In 2010, the American Library Association started Preservation Week, a national campaign dedicated to raising awareness about collecting and preservation, with the goal of highlighting what can be done to preserve both public and personal collections. Find everything you need to get involved in Preservation Week, including toolkits for planning and promoting events, on the ALA website. Promote Preservation.
Society of California Archivists (SCA), April 26-28, Ventura Beach, CA.
American Association of Museums (AAM), April 29-May 2, Minneapolis, MN. Learn More. MayDay: Preparedness Protects Our Heritage, May 1. Learn More.
Did You Know? Over 4.8 billion artifacts are held in public trust by more than 30,000 archives, historical societies, libraries, museums, scientific research collections and archaeological repositories in the United States. Learn More.
Life is like a Box of Preserved Films. Thanks to the National Film Preservation Act, every year the Library of Congress adds 25 films that are culturally, historically or aesthetically significant to its National Film Registry to help document our history and culture and reflect our hopes and dreams. In 2011, films from genres across the board were added to the registry, from the likes of Forrest Gump (1994) to Bambi (1942). This year, you can help determine which films are preserved by sending your recommendations to the Librarian of Congress and the National Film Preservation Board (NFPB). Nominate Your Favorite Movie.
Resources: AIC's Preservation Guides. Learn More.
Guide to Collections Care. Request Catalog.
What Were the Founding Fathers Thinking? Thanks to the University of Virginia Press and the National Historical Publication and Records Commission, the letters and journals of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and other Founding Fathers will soon be available for the public's perusal in a free online National Archives database. This collection of unpublished documents will offer Americans of all ages and interests a wider view of the early Republic. Learn More at the National Archives Site. Preview Unedited Documents at UPress's Early Access Site.
ALCTS's Upcoming Preservation Webinars. Register Now.
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