Course:3: Processing
Lesson:Course Conclusion
Topic:Additional Resources
 

Additional Resources

Arrangement

David W. Carmicheal. Organizing Archival Records:  A Practical Method of Arrangement and Description for Small Archives, Second Edition. Altamira Press/AASLH 2004.

Society of American Archivists.  Arranging and Describing Archives and Manuscripts. Click here for ordering information.

Daniels, Maygene and Timothy Walch, eds. A Modern Archives Reader: Basic Readings on Archival Theory and Practice. Washington, DC: National Archives Trust Fund Board, 1984.

Getty Information Institute, Introduction to Archival Arrangement and Description. Click here.  Based on the print publication Introduction to Archival Organization and Description: Access to Cultural Heritage by Michael J. Fox and Peter L. Wilkerson. Click here for ordering information for the print publication.

Preservation

Preserving Archives and Manuscripts, Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler. Click here for ordering information.

The Society of American Archivists has several publications that you can order. Click here to visit their web site for a list of publications.

The Northeast Document Conservation Center has several publications available online relating to preservation and handling of paper and photographic materials.  Click here to see a list of their publications.

Description

Standards for Archival Description: A Handbook.
http://www.archivists.org/catalog/stds99/index.html[JC2] 

Encoded Archival Description.
http://www.loc.gov/ead/

The Society of American Archivists has several publications that you can order.  Click here for a list of publications. 


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