Liz Ehrnst, Archives and Digital Collections Librarian, was gracious enough to spend most of her morning talking with me about the Georgia O'Keefe Library and Archives in Santa Fe. The Georgia O'Keefe Museum collections are extensive. The museum has enough work to fill three traveling shows (Brooklyn Museum, TATE, and the Heide Museum in Australia) plus their … Continue reading Georgia O’Keefe Library & Archives
When: Saturday, April 15th from 1-4pm Where: UW Campus, Suzzallo Library, Special Collections Classroom (go through stairs off GMM desk, there will be signs!) Join Students and Librarians for a crowd-sourced event and help strengthen the UW Libraries Government Documents collection. Go solo or work in teams to speed-sort and cross-check Gold that we’ve found … Continue reading National Archives Event
Alyson Sharp, Co-Chair MLIS Online Student, 2019 Casper, Wyoming I fell in love with archives while utilizing the National Archives in Washington DC for an undergraduate history paper competition. There is a connection to the past and an eye-opening that comes from reading the words and thoughts of those who have paved the way … Continue reading Say Hello! to the 2017-2018 Officers
Check out details about the annual meeting for the Society of American Archivists here, including important dates, calls for submissions and presenters, and accommodation information.
Join us Friday, April 7th on a visit to the MOHAI archives! We'd love to carpool and are hoping to hang out afterwards. Please RSVP by Monday, April 3rd. You must be signed in to your UW account to RSVP.
NEW: Archives were started to secure government records and are now tools for community participation. Interested in enriching your time at UW with amazing history? Become a student leader! Polls are open until Feb 24. Interested in archives and special collections? Wondering how your MLIS fits with working in archives? If you're interested … Continue reading Become a 2016-2017 Student Leader with SAA-UW
It's that time of year for some love in the archives! A big thank you to NYPL Digital Collections and UW Decorated Papers Collection for letting us use images from their collections, and to the National Archives Blog for their puny suggestions! Please share these e-cards far and wide, and don't forget to tag #ArchivesValentine Join us in … Continue reading #ArchivesValentine 2017
Nestled in a corner of the Goodstein Foundation Library at Casper College in Casper lies a significant portion of Wyoming history. As Wyoming’s most centrally located city, Casper is the second most populated municipality in the state. Wyoming towns are few and far between, making Casper a hub of history and culture for much of … Continue reading Western History Center – Uncovering Issues in a Young Archive
After the iSchool Career Fair join us to drink, dream about the future, and take a much needed break!
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's Institute for Pueblo Indian Studies Library & Archives is not a typical archive. The Institute is owned and operated by the nineteen Pueblos of New Mexico, but it is not a repository for the Pueblos. Instead, the Institute manages holdings about general history related to the Pueblos. Plus, they use these holdings … Continue reading Archive Visit! Institute for Pueblo Indian Studies Library & Archives