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RECMGMT-L September 2002

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RAIN 0902 Weekly Update: Archives (23)

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The NewsMexico.com 8/18/02

Unpublished document sheds light on Peru's Inca rulers

Gonzalo Castillero, EFE 

LIMA - An unpublished 19th-century manuscript rescued from oblivion by a 
collector contains depictions of Inca rulers that clear up centuries-old 
questions.

The manuscript, entitled "Memories of the Peruvian Monarchy or Outline of 
Inca History," was written in 1838 by Justo Apu Sahuaraura, a direct 
descendant of Pachacutec, the last Inca of royal stock.

http://www.thenewsmexico.com/noticia.asp?id=33135





Dallas Morning News 8/21/02

Author finds business, history in Dallas

By NORMA ADAMS-WADE 

Author and journalist A'Lelia Bundles made two personal stops while in Dallas 
on business this month. Both were on behalf of her legendary 
greatgreat-grandmother, Madame C.J. Walker.

Madame Walker, born Sarah Breedlove to former slaves in 1867 in Delta, La., 
rose from a laundress and cook to become what many historians call the 
nation's first self-made female millionaire of any race.

http://www.dallasnews.com/localnews/columnists/nwade/stories/082102dnmetwadeco

l.bb335.html





Foster's Citizen 8/23/02

Slain Maine politician’s letters poignantly reflect times of the 1830s

By GLENN ADAMS

Associated Press Writer

THOMASTON, Maine (AP) — Jonathan Cilley, a young congressman from Maine, 
stood at

the ready with his pistol at his side nearly 100 yards from his challenger in 
a field outside of Washington, D.C. The date of the duel was Feb. 24, 1838.

Cilley, who had no particular dislike for his opponent, intentionally fired 
the first shot into the ground. Additional rounds were ordered. After the 
third, Cilley lay mortally wounded in the frozen field, leaving a wife and 
three young children back home in Thomaston.

Much of Cilley’s life leading up to its tragic end, and the lives of his 
survivors and

descendants, have been reconstructed from a cache of letters that had been 
preserved in

almost pristine condition by the family for generations.

http://www4.fosters.com/news2002/aug_02/aug23_02/news/reg_me0823h.asp





Federal Computer Week 8/26/02

Head back to drawing board

The National Archives and Records Administration has run smack dab into

electronic reality: It simply does not have the resources to collect, store 
and manage the 36 billion e-mail messages and documents the government 
generates every year.

http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2002/0826/fcw-edit-08-26-02.asp





Green Bay Press-Gazette 8/26/02

Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame unearths Lombardi memorabilia

By Bob Berghaus

One of the greatest coaches in the history of professional sports was a pack 
rat.

Or is that a Pack rat?

Vince Lombardi, who turned around a moribund Packers franchise by winning 
five NFL titles and two Super Bowls during a seven-year span in the 1960s, 
couldn’t throw anything away. 

He kept everything: Telegrams, the most famous being from President John F. 
Kennedy after the Packers won their first NFL title under Lombardi on Dec. 
31, 1961. Typed and handwritten speeches on a variety of subjects. Yellow 
legal pads with plays diagrammed in pencil.

http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/news/archive/local_5459750.shtml





Wilmington Star 8/26/02

Online archive

UNCW puts its special collection on the Internet

By Ben Steelman

Not so long ago, scholars and students would have to travel hours to reach a 
major

archive or records depository.

Once there, they'd spend hours, days or months, sifting through box after box 
of

yellowing, often crumbling papers. Thanks to the Internet, a lot of that 
effort

(though not all of it) can now be handled with a laptop, a connection and a 
decent

search engine. What's more, ordinary folks can join in the fun – and find 
some pretty

interesting stuff.

http://www.wilmingtonstar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?Site=WM&Date=20020826&
Category=NEWS&ArtNo=208260416&Ref=AR&Profile=1025&SectionCat=FRONTPAGE


CNN.com 8/26/02
Carl Sandburg's papers up for auction
SCHNECKSVILLE,
Pennsylvania (AP) -- A Pennsylvania antique dealer was disposing of some 
boxes for a
client last year when one fell apart and out spilled a treasure trove of 
documents from the late author and poet Carl Sandburg.
http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/books/08/25/sandburg.papers.ap/index.html

http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/3937948.htm



Savannah Morning News 8/26/02
Images and impressions
Authors offer fresh insights into Savannah.
Reviews by Doug Wyatt
Savannah Morning News
Savannah's Jewish community began in July 1733. Within five months of the 
colony's founding, 42 Jews landed in the strange new land.
Some of their descendants, to this day, remain in the city.
A recent addition to the popular "Images of America" series presents 
fascinating images from the city's rich Jewish past. You'll see pictures here 
of Jews worshipping, earning a living, celebrating, even being downright 
silly.
The collection has been assembled by Valerie Frey, the manuscripts archivist 
for the Georgia Historical Society and the archivist for the Savannah Jewish 
Archives, and Kaye Kole, a professional genealogist and founder of the 
Savannah Jewish Archives.
http://www.savannahnow.com/stories/082502/LOCSavannahBooks.shtml


The Journal and Courier 8/26/02
Historical museum did unfocused collection a favor with auction
By Kevin O'Brien, For the Journal and Courier
The Tippecanoe County Historical Association has tremendous resources in its 
collections. Our diverse collection includes natural history specimens, 
archaeological collections, library and archival materials and historical 
artifacts numbering nearly 100,000 objects. This is a respectable collection 
with some real gems. The proper stewardship of our collections is one of our 
most important priorities.
http://www.lafayettejc.com/news20020826/200208261local_opinion1030338296.shtml


Express & Star 8/27/02
Rural roots of a New York legend
One of New York's most respected mayors from the 18th century was a 
midlander. But the link was forgotten until historian Robert Maddocks 
stumbled upon the story. He talked to ROB DAVIES
http://www.expressandstar.com/artman/publish/article_9933.shtml


Clayton County News Daily 8/27/02
Archives on the way
http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=5165114&BRD=1099&PAG=461&
dept_id=99012&rfi=6


The Citizen 8/28/02
"The Rising" to begin for NARA's Southeast Regional Archives in Clayton County
Calling upon the theme of Bruce Springsteen's current tribute to the American 
spirit - "The Rising" - James McSweeney, regional administrator for the 
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) today opened the 
groundbreaking ceremonies for the new
Southeast Regional Archives, just west of the campus of Clayton College & 
State University and astride the city boundaries of Morrow and Lake City, Ga.
http://www.thecitizennews.com/main/archive-020828/news/in-11.html


The Morning Call 8/28/02
Historical society receives money to save photos
Jacobsburg group will preserve prints of life, times of William Henry.
By Sara Jurasits
Special to The Morning Call
The Jacobsburg Historical Society will preserve nearly 12,000 photos, some 
almost 140 years old, that re-create an understanding of the life and times 
of the William Henry family, their Boulton Gun Works factory, and its workers 
and products.
http://www.mcall.com/news/local/all-b3-3jacobsburgaug28.story?coll=all%2Dnewsl

ocal%2Dhed


Lewiston Sun-Journal 8/28/02
Lewiston gets federal grant to preserve mill documents
By Scott Taylor
Staff Writer
Plans to clean up and preserve a collection of Bates Mill business documents 
got a
$37,000 boost Tuesday.
Library Director Rick Speer said he received official notification that the 
city had
received a $37,352 grant from the National Archives and Records 
Administration.
The money will be used to clean up and preserve the historic records.
http://www.sunjournal.com/story.asp?slg=082902mill


Poughkeepsie Journal 8/28/02
Time capsule gives look at 1950s Beacon
Box was buried under bank floor
By Maeleeke J. Lavan
Poughkeepsie Journal
BEACON -- There was no money inside but a box lifted from beneath the floor 
of the former Beacon Savings Bank contained treasure nonetheless.
The copper-colored rectangular box -- a time capsule -- was opened Monday at 
the Howland Cultural Center. It had been buried since 1956.
http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/wednesday/localnews/stories/lo082802s7.shtm
l



The News & Advance 8/29/02

Author pulls items from collection

By Carey Johnson 

SCHUYLER - After years of bickering that intensified in recent months, "The 
Waltons"

creator Earl Hamner has removed personal items from the Walton's Mountain 
Museum,

severing his ties with the 10-year-old museum.

Last week, Hamner, who lives in Studio City, Calif., had a letter presented 
at a Schuyler Community Center board meeting stating his desire to withdraw 
from the museum. The board runs the museum, which sits across from Hamner's 
boyhood home.

http://www.newsadvance.com/MGBAJZ8GH5D.html





The Telegraph 8/30/02

Uncovering buried history

Gray man researches Jones graves

By Gray Beverley

Telegraph Staff Writer

GRAY - While his friends are fishing, hunting or playing golf, Earl Colvin is 
most likely searching for grave sites. With at least five generations of his 
family buried in Jones County, Colvin does not need to shop around for a 
final resting place. Rather, he spends his spare time visiting grave sites to 
preserve them and the heritage they represent. "By researching cemeteries, 
you would be amazed what you can learn about your local history," Colvin said.

http://www.macon.com/mld/telegraph/3966148.htm





Richmond Times Dispatch 8/30/02

Gilmore offers compromise

Copying of files by library urged

BY TYLER WHITLEY

Seeking to break an impasse over the archiving of his records as governor, 
former Gov. Jim Gilmore proposed yesterday to allow the state librarian to 
copy records that Gilmore does not consider personal or private.

In a letter to Robert Blue, counsel to Gov. Mark R. Warner, Gilmore attorney 
David E. Anderson said he hoped the new proposal would make legal action 
unnecessary.

http://www.timesdispatch.com/news/vametro/MGBA4A1GH5D.html





The News-Gazette 8/29/02

Retired NASA scientist giving papers to UI

By THE NEWS-GAZETTE

URBANA – A pioneer in America's space program and a University of Illinois 
graduate

will donate his papers to the UI Library. The collection of John Houbolt, the 
former

chief aeronautical scientist at the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration, includes papers, models and designs from Houbolt's work as a 
scientist and professor.

Houbolt is best-known for developing and promoting the lunar-orbit rendezvous 
that led to Apollo 11, the country's first lunar landing mission.

http://www.newsgazette.com/story.cfm?Number=12228





Richmond Times-Dispatch 8/31/02

Warner sets Gilmore-papers deadline

Wants dispute settled in a week

BY TYLER WHITLEY

Gov. Mark R. Warner told former Gov. Jim Gilmore and the state librarian, 
Nolan T. Yelich, to settle their dispute within a week or he would send in a 
lawyer.

Yelich contends Gilmore has given the library only a small part of the 
records from his four years as governor. The law requires former governors to 
provide records to the state archives for future historical research but 
gives governors wide discretion on what they provide. Gilmore said he has 
sent to the Library of Virginia all the documents required by law.

http://www.timesdispatch.com/news/more/MGB5ILVUI5D.html





Dallas Morning News 9/01/02

Dallas police force has pieces but not funds for museum

By TANYA EISERER 

To your left, there's a Model A car restored to look like a 1920s-era Dallas

police squad car, complete with insignias.

Over there is the famed light-colored suit and LBJ Stetson worn by homicide 
detective Jim Leavelle, who was handcuffed to Lee Harvey Oswald when Jack 
Ruby shot him in the police building's basement.

But such walks through Dallas Police Department history must wait.

http://www.dallasnews.com/localnews/stories/090102dnmetpolicemuseum.68dd7.html







Dallas Morning News 9/1/02

Police historians seek picture of black

officer slain in 1896

By TANYA EISERER 

Dallas police Officer William McDuff was fatally shot on a cold Christmas 
night in 1896, but despite his dramatic death, the department's first black 
officer remained forgotten for nearly a century.

Now he's listed among the department's 73 honored dead, but there's something 
missing: a picture.

"He's a part of the family," said Senior Cpl. Jess Lucio, an amateur 
departmental historian. "We can't let that stand."

http://www.dallasnews.com/localnews/stories/090102dnmetlostofficer.67685.html







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