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RAIN 0317 Weekly Update: Archives and Archivist (28)

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Hexham Courant 03/08/02
WYLAM: RECORD RAISED AT SCOUT JUMBLE SALE
DENIS Peel reports: "An audience of 44, the largest yet, heard county 
archivist Sue Wood and researcher Barbara Harbottle describe the Blackett 
collection of papers relating to Wylam.
http://www.hexham-courant.co.uk/wylamnotes.HTM


The Express-Times 3/9/02
Valley’s 9-11 experience to be archived
By LAVINIA DeCASTRO
The Express-Times
BETHLEHEM - The Historic Bethlehem Partnership will be one of three 
historical  organizations to start documenting the Lehigh Valley’s response 
to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
On March 11, the six-month anniversary of the attacks, the partnership will 
join the Lehigh County Historical Society and the Northampton County 
Historical and Genealogical Society in launching the September 11 
Documentation Project.
http://www.pennlive.com/news/expresstimes/index.ssf?/news/expresstimes/pa/911_

proj.html



New York Times 3/10/02
Kirsti Scutt and Edmund Edwards
By KATHRYN SHATTUCK
HE hadn't felt the touch of his hand, hadn't heard his voice or even seen his 
face, but sometime around their third email exchange Kirsti Karina Scutt 
decided that Edmund Everett Edwards was the man she was going to marry.
http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/10/fashion/weddings/10VOWS.html?


The Sun-Chronicle 3/10/02
City history program may be a model
GEORGE RHODES/ THE SUN CHRONICLE
ATTLEBORO -- A city-wide effort to find, document and preserve a vast array 
of local historical records has blossomed into a model that may help other 
communities in the commonwealth, and perhaps even the nation, do the same.
Attleboro's Collaborative Community Documentation Project, sparked by the 
historical passion of City Clerk Sue Flood and Assistant Library Director 
Joan Pilkington-Smyth, will be presented as a `` how to'' to help other 
communities preserve their history, according to a state official.
http://www.thesunchronicle.com/display/inn_city/city7.txt


The Express-Times 3/10/02
Legendary Lafayette professor dies
Dr. Gendebien chronicled college’s past
By KURT BRESSWEIN
EASTON - Legendary, inspiring and remarkable. 
These are some of the words colleagues and friends of Lafayette College’s Dr. 
Albert W. Gendebien used to remember him following his death Friday. 
A professor emeritus of history, an archivist emeritus at the college and a 
member of the Lafayette Class of 1934, Gendebien died of natural causes at 
his March Street home on College Hill.
http://www.pennlive.com/news/expresstimes/index.ssf?/news/expresstimes/nj/prof

_die1.html


Boston Globe 3/10/02
After images
With Polaroid in bankruptcy, its remarkable collection of photography is in 
jeopardy
By Christine Temin, Globe Staff, 3/10/2002
WALTHAM - In a large ground-floor room in a building just off Route 128, a 
charmless structure known only as W3, are more than 12,000 photographs and 
one woman whose impossible task is to care for them all. Barbara Hitchcock 
oversees a largely hidden-away collection which includes the likes of Ansel 
Adams, Edward Weston, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Robert Rauschenberg.
http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/069/living/After_imagesP.shtml



Wall Street Journal 2/11/02
Historians, Archaeologists Seek Facts Behind Internet's Growth
by Karen Swisher
The once-riveting Silicon Valley has become the land that time forgot. But 
many who lived through the highs want the glory days to be preserved forever 
-- and want a say in how it's all remembered. Before even a layer of dust has 
settled on the abandoned artifacts, the archeologists have started their dig. 
"A lot of questions about what it was like will be asked generationally, I 
think, sort of like 'Daddy, or Mommy, what did you do in the Great Boom?' " 
says Christine Finn.
http://online.wsj.com/article/0,4286,SB1013381432300829200,00.html



Wall Street Journal 3/10/02
Internet Archivists Seek to Preserve Digital Records as Cultural Snapshots
by Thomas E. Weber
Six months have passed since the terrorist attacks on New York and 
Washington. That isn't much time in historical terms, but in the digital age 
it is practically an  eternity. Some of the most important records of the 
tragedy -- materials from the Internet -- began to disappear almost 
immediately after Sept. 11.
But we still have copies of many of those materials, thanks to archivists who 
have made it their mission to preserve digital records the same way libraries 
safeguard newspapers and letters. Web pages, message-board postings and even 
e-mail messages
from Sept. 11 all live on in archived duplicates, ready for study by future 
historians.
http://online.wsj.com/article/0,,SB1015803147665595880,00.html



The Decatur Daily 3/12/02
Athens State women remember school's history
By Holly Hollman
DAILY Staff Writer
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ATHENS -- Anna H. Holland, former Elkmont mayor, helped pay her way through 
Athens State University by working with the school's cook named, "Oh Death 
Where Is Your Sting? Oh Hades Where Is Your Victory?"
"We called him Victor for short," said Mrs. Holland, Class of '38. She said 
the cook's mother named all her children after Bible verses.
http://www.decaturdaily.com/decaturdaily/news/020312/athensstate.shtml



Austin American-Statesman 3/12/02
Bush library is home of 'event of the decade'
Exhibit brings together artifacts from presidencies of two sets of fathers 
and sons
By Kate Alexander
American-Statesman Staff
Tuesday, March 12, 2002
COLLEGE STATION -- Former President George Bush unveiled a rare collection of 
artifacts at his presidential library Monday that chronicles the presidencies 
of the only two
fathers and sons to have served in the White House.
The exhibit, "Fathers and Sons: Two Families, Four Presidents" features 
relics of the careers of George H.W. Bush and his son President George W. 
Bush, as well as Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams.
http://www.austin360.com/statesman/editions/tuesday/metro_state_3.html



Associated Press 3/12/02
Civil War Museum Must Plan Transfer
Tue Mar 12, 5:29 AM ET
By JOANN LOVIGLIO, Associated Press Writer
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A judge on Monday ordered the operators of a financially 
troubled Civil War museum founded by Union soldiers to produce an inventory 
of its holding and give state investigators details of a plan to move part of 
its collection to Virginia.
http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&
u=/ap/20020312/ap_on_re_us/civil_war_dispute_2



PRNewswire 3/12/02
MyFamily.com, Inc. to Publish 1930 Census Records Online Within Hours of 
Official
Government Release
PROVO, Utah, March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- MyFamily.com, Inc., the leading network 
for connecting families and generations on the Web, announced today an 
aggressive plan to publish digitized images of the 1930 U.S. Federal Census 
online within hours after the microfilm is released from the National 
Archives. The viewable and printable images will be available to subscribers 
through Ancestry.com, part of the MyFamily.com, Inc. network of web sites and 
the leading resource for family history online.
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/020312/sftu044_1.html



Dundalk Eagle 3/6/02
ARCHIVAL QUALITIES
March 06, 2002
Historical society has what it takes to preserve Sparrows Point steel plant's 
records,
memorabilia
http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=3462931&BRD=1997&PAG=461&
dept_id=224663&rfi=6



KYW NewsRadio 3/13/02
Archivist Pleads Guilty to One Count of Theft
by KYW's John Ostapkovich
A former federal archivist faces sentencing in June after pleading guilty to 
stealing and selling historical documents in his care. 
45-year-old Shawn Aubitz, although accused of stealing all sorts of things 
from the National Archives between 1996 and 1999, pleaded guilty to one count 
of theft by a government employee.
http://www.kyw1060.com/news_archives_detail.cfm?newsitemid=19727



Dallas Morning News 3/13/02
SMU pursuing Bush library
It faces competition from Arlington, other Texas universities
By LEIF STRICKLAND
Fourteen months into President Bush's term, Southern Methodist University has 
launched a campaign to bring his future library to Dallas.
"Since Texas already has two presidential libraries" – Lyndon Johnson's in 
Austin and the elder George Bush's in College Station – "we believe Dallas 
would be an ideal location for the next one," SMU president Gerald Turner 
said Tuesday.
http://www.dallasnews.com/localnews/stories/031302dnmetbushlibrary.8798c.html



The Mercury News 3/12/02
S.F. auctioneers cancel sale of Malcolm X papers
By Renee Koury
A treasure of personal writings by slain black radical Malcolm X were 
suddenly pulled off the auction block in San Francisco on Tuesday after 
questions arose about who really owns them.
http://www.siliconvalley.com/mld/siliconvalley/news/2847770.htm



New York Times 3/13/02
Auction House Withdraws Items Attributed to Malcolm X
By EMILY EAKIN
A San Francisco auction house that had been planning to sell a vast trove of 
letters, speeches and journals attributed to Malcolm X abruptly withdrew them 
from sale yesterday.
http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/13/national/13MALC.html



New York Daily News 3/13/02
Malcolm X's Writings Won't Go on the Block
NEWS WIRE SERVICES
SAN FRANCISCO
The controversial auction of a trove of handwritten journals, speeches and 
other papers of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X was canceled yesterday.
The Butterfields auction house will not go ahead with the planned sale March 
20 because it received a letter from a Malcolm X family lawyer that raised 
questions about the ownership of the documents, said Butterfields spokesman 
Levi Morgan.
http://www.nydailynews.com/2002-03-13/News_and_Views/Beyond_the_City/a-144253.

asp



San Francisco Chronicle 3/13/02
Malcolm X's archive in legal tussle
Ownership dispute delays auction plan
John Koopman, Chronicle Staff Writer
An archive of notes, written speeches and journals kept by the late Malcolm X 
will not be sold at auction this month because of concerns over who owns the 
material, it was announced yesterday.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2002/03/13/MN170581.DTL



Associated Press 3/13/02
Oldest known photograph, dating to 1826, to undergo unprecedented scientific 
analysis
By ANDREW BRIDGES
The Associated Press
3/13/02 2:26 AM
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- One summer morning, Joseph Nicephore Niepce peered from 
an upstairs window in his home in the French countryside, framed the view of 
a pear tree, the sky and several farm buildings and did something remarkable: 
He took a picture.
Opening the lens of a rudimentary camera for eight hours that day in 1826, 
Niepce exposed a polished, thinly varnished pewter plate to produce an image 
that is  acknowledged as the world's first photograph.
http://www.nj.com/newsflash/national/index.ssf?/cgi...f.cgi?a0456_BC_OldestPho

to&&news&newsflash-national



Daily News 3/13/02
Reagan presidency papers scheduled to be released
Associated Press
The White House has cleared for release tens of thousands of Ronald Reagan's 
presidential records -- documents kept under wraps for more than a year while 
their contents were reviewed.
The records -- 59,850 pages in all -- will be opened Friday at the Ronald 
Reagan Library in Simi Valley, the National Archives said. An initial 8,000 
pages were released earlier.
http://www.dailynews.com/news/articles/0302/13/new23.asp



Associated Press 3/13/02
Thousands of Reagan's Papers Released
Wed Mar 13, 5:00 AM ET
By DEB RIECHMANN, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House has approved the release of tens of 
thousands of Ronald Reagan (news - web sites)'s presidential records that 
have been withheld for years, but a small number of pages will be kept 
private.
Most of the records, 59,850 pages in all, will be opened Friday at the Ronald 
Reagan Library in Simi Valley, Calif., the National Archives said. An initial 
8,000 pages were released earlier.
Still sealed are 150 pages of Reagan papers and tens of thousands of pages 
left behind by Reagan's vice president, George Bush. Those documents are 
under review by the White House or have not been scheduled for release.
http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&
u=/ap/20020313/ap_on_re_us/reagan_papers_2


Messenger-Inquirer 3/9/02
Group helps replace civil war records
9 March 2002
By James Mayse
Messenger-Inquirer
When a tornado struck the Kentucky Wesleyan College campus Jan. 3, 2000, the 
storm damaged the school's already delicate collection of Civil War reference 
books.
Friday morning, Forrest's Orphans Camp 1744 of the Sons of Confederate 
Veterans delivered almost 200 new reference books that contain copies of 
records, dispatches and telegrams sent between Union and Confederate capitols 
and the battlefield. The books also include a 40-volume set of information on 
Confederate service members.
http://www.messenger-inquirer.com/news/kentucky/4223610.htm



The Morning Call 3/11/02
Valley historical groups seeking to preserve 9-11 items, accounts
By Frank Whelan
Of The Morning Call
On Sept. 11, Jim Walton lost a college friend who worked in New York's World 
Trade Center.
When Walton's employer, Lucent Technologies, sent him to oversee Verizon 
workers at ground zero, he carried the funeral home's holy card for Stephen 
J. Fiorelli.
On Friday, Meg Sharp Walton displayed the card, photos her husband took, and 
his hard hat, respirator and security pass on a table in the Old Chapel of 
Bethlehem's  Gemeinhaus.
As the archivist for the Historic Bethlehem Partnership, Sharp Walton 
understands that history is where the ordinary can become extraordinary.
http://www.mcall.com/news/yahoo/all-a2_5historymar11.story

http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/mcall/20020311/lo/val...ups_seeking_to_preserve_9

-11_items_accounts_1.html



Bucks County Times-Courier 3/14/02
Archivist admits theft of historical papers
A former government archivist from Bucks County admitted yesterday that he 
stole
presidential pardons signed by Abraham Lincoln and other valuable documents
from the National Archives site where he worked.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A former government archivist from Bucks County admitted 
yesterday
that he stole presidential pardons signed by Abraham Lincoln and other 
valuable documents from the National Archives site where he worked.
Shawn P. Aubitz, 45, of Falls, sold the documents to collectors through eBay, 
magazine
advertisements and dealers, using the money for personal expenses and credit 
card debt.
http://www.phillyburbs.com/couriertimes/news/news/0314archive.htm



The Daily News Tribune 3/14/02
No April fool at the archive
By Shanley Stern
Thursday, March 14, 2002
WALTHAM - Genealogy buffs can delve into the details of the 1930 census 
starting at midnight on April 1 at the National Archives in Waltham. The 
federal census, which is taken every 10 years, releases its results within 
months of the survey, but federal law requires the individual files compiled 
through forms filled out by heads of households to remain closed for 72 years.
http://www.dailynewstribune.com/news/local_regional/walt_arch03142002.htm


ComputerUser.com 3/16/02
New Zealand's National Library to archive Web sites
By Adam Creed, Newsbytes.
March 16, 2002
Legislation introduced Thursday in New Zealand will require Web site owners 
and electronic publishers to provide copies of their works to the National 
Library.
The National Library Bill seeks to expand the library's records of New 
Zealand's culture, history and heritage. Because much of that heritage is 
currently recorded in electronic documents as well as books, it was decided 
there is a need to extend the legislation.
http://www.computeruser.com/news/02/03/16/news9.html



Western Daily Press 3/16/02
TRACE YOUR FAMILY TREE BACK TO THE STONE AGE
11:00 - 16 March 2002
Genetics is offering people an ever-more sophisticated way to research their 
family tree, it was revealed yesterday. Under new techniques soon to be 
available to the general public, you will be able to find out whether you are 
descended from marauding Vikings, Anglo Saxons or Ancient Britons. Until 
recently, researching ancestry meant thumbing through piles of dusty old 
files in backstreet record offices or asking aging
relatives about their family recollections.
http://www.thisisbristol.com/displayNode.jsp?node...displayContent&
sourceNode=86535&contentPK=1271437







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