Tag Archives: microspatula
Kingsport: An Archivist’s Tools
An archivist can become pretty attached to his or her favorite tools. I have been known to wax philosophic on this topic before and here I go again!
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Kingsport: World War II
I’ve put in quite a few hours at the archives since my last post. I don’t know if I am trying to get a lot done, or if I am just putting off my Master’s project. Hmm. There are twelve … Continue reading
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Day 15: Collections Processing
Do you know how many times I have had locks of hair and rose petals fall into my lap, this week, while processing the Correspondence Series? I’ve lost count.
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Day 11: Collections Processing
Big day! I started my three week stint in processing and was introduced to my new project. First, however, I came in half an hour early so I could get in my Conservation Lab fix. I removed prints from their … Continue reading
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