New Finding Aids – November 2023

  The SCRC processing team is excited to announce that we have more new finding aids to share! All of the following collections are available for use in the Special Collections Research Center and the finding aids are available on our website (or use the links included below).   Through Women’s Eyes: Southeast Asian American […]

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New and Updated Finding Aids

  The SCRC processing team has had a very busy summer, which means we have a lot of new and updated findings aids to share! All of the following collections are available for use in the Special Collections Research Center and the finding aids are available on our website (or use the links included below). […]

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Questions in the Process: Papers Beyond the Personal

This post is one in a series about the Lavinia Scott papers processing completed by Processing Manager Meghan Glasbrenner. Archival collections, broadly speaking, usually fall into one of two categories: organizational records, meaning those of a corporate or organized body, and personal papers, meaning the records were created or kept by an individual or pair […]

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Questions in the Process: Photographic Challenges

This post is one in a series about the Lavinia Scott papers processing being completed by Assistant Processing Archivist Meghan Glasbrenner. There are two main pieces to any major processing project: physical preservation and intellectual arrangement. While each involves different challenges and approaches, they are both vitally important for short and long-term access of materials, […]

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Questions in the Process: Finding Order

This post is one in a series about the Lavinia Scott papers processing being completed by Assistant Processing Archivist Meghan Glasbrenner. Beginning the processing of a wholly unprocessed collection is always an interesting mix of daunting and exciting, and for anyone familiar with archival practices (or avid readers of Vault217), as Buchanan Project archivist Rebecca […]

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