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Tag Archives: preservation
For the past few weeks Special Collections & Archives has been very fortunate to have two student volunteers from the Wright State University Center for International Education giving their time. Alexandra “Sasha” Gribinenko, a native of St. Petersburg, Russia, and now a … Continue reading
On May 1st each year the archives community pledges to do an activity aimed at preparing for emergency situations. In the past few decades, natural and man-made disasters have become increasingly common features in the news. These disasters threaten lives, … Continue reading