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Subject: RAIN1028 ARCHIVES Part 1
From: Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 28 Oct 2003 13:46:22 -0500
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RAIN1028 ARCHIVES
Dallas Morning News 10/06/03
Flag flap: Who drew Texas' Lone Star
banner?
http://www.dallasnews.com/latestnews/stories/100503dntextxflag.cd98d.html

SearchEngineWatch
British Pathe
Develops Huge
Historic Picture
Archive
By Chris Sherman, Associate Editor
October 13, 2003
British Pathe is offering free access to a
digitized collection of more than 12
million historic photographs from its
20th century cinema newsreel archive.
http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/article.php/3090741


The Star Ledger 10/13/03
Reeling in years of visual history
Rutgers plays a role in Web site project to find rare footage
http://www.nj.com/news/ledger/index.ssf?/base/news-11/1066021976161750.xml


The Guardian
Forgotten corner of college
cellar paints rare view of
Canada
Maev Kennedy, arts and heritage correspondent
Tuesday October 14, 2003
The Guardian
A filthy bundle of papers, which had been lying
in a corner of the cellars of Balliol College in
Oxford for at least a century, has turned out to
contain rare landscapes of 18th century Canada,
including the oldest known views of the green
hills and scattered houses around what are now
the cities of Montreal and Quebec.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,3604,1062279,00.html


National Post 10/16/03
Oxford cellar yields treasures
Early Canadian paintings: Watercolours may fetch $110,000 at Nov. 4
auction
http://www.nationalpost.com/national/story.html?id=F4447D6E-89C1-4509-83A8-EBDAF108B638


The News Journal
DAFB museum flying again
By JAMES MERRIWEATHER
Dover Bureau reporter
10/14/2003
The Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover Air Force Base is back in business in a big
way after being all but closed to the public because of heightened base security
following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The museum now is a separate entity, separated from the base and its heightened
security precautions by 1 1/2 miles of chain-link fence and a new half-mile access road
off Del. 9. The fence, road and an 85-space parking lot cost about $800,000.
http://www.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/local/2003/10/14dafbmuseumflyin.html


The Hill 10/14/03
National Archives_ John Carlin joins the electronic revolution
'It_s exciting to look back on how far we've come'
http://www.thehill.com/news/101403/carlin.aspx


The Harare Herald
Tapfumaneyi Re-Elected Aasava President
October 15, 2003
Harare
ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation's manager of Archives and Library
Timothy Tapfumaneyi has been re-elected to the position of Interim-President of African Association of
Sound and Audiovisual Archives (AASAVA) at the Annual General Conference of the International
Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) held from 25 to 28 September this year
http://allafrica.com/stories/200310150481.html


Rocky Mountain News
Store Columbine files in D.C.?
Records may have national import, says Colorado attorney general
By Kevin Vaughan, Rocky Mountain News
October 15, 2003
Colorado Attorney General Ken Salazar wants to explore making the
National Archives the permanent repository of all documents, reports and
evidence in the Columbine High School shootings case.
http://www.rockymountainnews.com/drmn/columbine/article/0,1299,DRMN_106_2348744,00.html


Rocky Mountain News
Parents have 20 days to save Columbine files
Harris, Klebold depositions slated for
destruction
By Kevin Vaughan, Rocky Mountain News
October 16, 2003
http://rockymountainnews.com/drmn/columbine/article/0,1299,DRMN_106_2351576,00.html


Hershey Chronicle
Hershey Community Archives moving to
new location
By Larry White , Staff Writer 10/02/2003
The Hershey Community Archives will be moving from its current
location on Pennsy Supply Road to the historic M.S. Hershey
Consolidated School building on Granada Avenue in December 2003.
"We're very excited about the move," Pam Whitenack, Hershey Community Archives
director, said. "We ran out of space about a year ago. This offers us an opportunity to
relocate within the heart of Hershey into an historic building, and provides double the
space we currently have."
The new facility contains 6,300 square feet of space to better accommodate the
archives' extensive collection of more than 2,000 cubic feet of records and manuscript
materials, 13,000 photographs, 7,000 maps and plans, and 300-plus oral history
interviews. The archives houses corporate records (product research information,
packaging and advertising samples, operational reports, correspondence and financial
statements) and private collections (diaries, memorabilia and correspondence), most of
which are at least 20 years old.
http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?BRD=2249&dept_id=450606&newsid=10257200&PAG=461&rfi=9


Tameside Advertiser 10/15/03
A Great War archive at fingertips
POIGNANT details of soldiers
from Denton who fought in
the First World War have been
preserved in a unique online
archive providing a
valuable resource for local
families, historians, and
academics.
http://www.tamesideadvertiser.co.uk/news/index/articles/article_id=3465.html


Blue Devil Weekly 9/12/03
Historic Football Footage Salvation Project Underway
Duke Archives Is Undergoing A Preservation Initiative To Save Decaying Footage Of Duke's Football
Games Dating To The 1930's
http://goduke.ocsn.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/091203aaa.html


The Press Enterprise 10/16/03
History panel
making inroads
PRESERVATION:
Riverside County's
Archives Commission is
now recruiting for staff.
http://www.pe.com/localnews/riverside/stories/PE_NEWS_nrhist16.f047.html (


Fort Worth Star Telegram 10/16/03
Time Frames
Arlington man donates photos of the city's past
http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/news/7028065.htm


The Age
The sickly child
that launched
Hitler on a path
of killing
By Irene Zoech
Berlin
October 17, 2003
German historians have identified the family
whose request to Adolf Hitler that their blind
and deformed son be "put to sleep" was the
catalyst for the Nazi euthanasia program.
http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/10/16/1065917549864.html


Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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