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Subject: RAIN 1222 Weekly Update: Archives (21)
From: Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 22 Dec 2002 20:14:10 EST

text/plain (150 lines) 12/14/02
Lost Landmarks' give glimpse of state's history


The Oakland Tribune 12/15/02
Book of postcards brings historic Berkeley to life
IS THERE A Berkeley fan on your shopping list? The perfect gift could be a new
book just out in time for the holidays, "Picturing Berkeley: A Postcard
Published jointly by the Berkeley Historical Society and Berkeley
Heritage Association, the book was edited by Burl Willes, author of "Tales
From the Elmwood," with contributions by BAHA director Anthony Bruce,
former BHS president and professor emeritus Kenneth H. Cardwell, Berkeley
author Susan Dinkelspiel Cerny, and postcard dealer and expert Ed Herny.,1413,82%257E1726%257E1054404,00.html

The Ottawa Citizen 12/15/02
Brit has proof of 'Crucified Canadian'
New evidence shows Germans impaled soldier during First World War{70E941E7-0578-4269-89E2-22DA8B359


The Salt Lake Tribune 12/15/02
Museum Would Fill in the Blanks On Utah History

The Moscow Times 12/16/02
U.S. Returns Communist Files

New York Post 12/16/02

The Charlotte Observer 12/16/02
A lucky click, an image of history
N.C. man's photo is renowned everywhere

Kinston Free Press 12/16/02
Images of Kinston present historical snapshots
Have you ever thumbed through a box of old photographs, wondering who and
where these people were and when the photos were made?

The Beacon Journal 12/17/02
Allied officers honored for saving World War II archive
Associated Press BERLIN - Two allied officers were celebrated Tuesday for
saving millions of documents at the end of World War II that helped relatives
trace the remains of millions of German soldiers killed across the continent.

The Seattle Times 12/18/02
Old photos from Boeing to be sold on the Web


Reno Gazette-Journal 12/18/02
CD features history of Silver State

Whittier Daily News 12/19/02
Putting history to rest
Man helps find grave sites of Confederate soldiers who settled in area,1413,207%257E12026%257E1063384,00.h


The Copenhagen Post 12/19/02
Danish Photos to British archive

Montreal Gazette 12/19/02
The ghosts of the Empress of em of Ireland are stirred
Barring a miracle today, artifacts to go south. On the waters of
oblivion. Unless someone comes up with $750,000 pronto,
precious haul likely to wind up with Florida collector. Despite its
amazing story, vessel has never received its due in public


The Mercury News 12/19/02
Photo archive at UCSC given major trove of vintage prints

KRT Wire 12/19/02
End of the Thurmond era: Senate office nearly a memory

Franklin County Times 12/20/02
Ozbirn now officially the caretaker of county history

Hexham Courant 12/20/02
By Staff Reporter
THE December meeting of the Alston Moor Historical Society was held in Alston
Primary School.
To open the meeting a copy of another local history book published by the
archivist was presented to Aileen Pike, a visitor from Tasmania. 12/21/02
Stalin's personal files released
MOSCOW, Russia -- The Kremlin has released about 1,200 of Soviet dictator
Josef Stalin's personal files to the Russian State Archive.

Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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