Reuters 11/19/02
Sinatra memorabilia finds new home;jsessionid=ZHFPZSM3BYM5SCRBAEKSFFA?


Managing Information 11/22/02
Agreement Signed Between Research Institute in India and the UK's National 

Forward 11/22/02
Lost in the Archives
A Novelist Reconsiders His Filmmaker Mother's Obsession With German History

Ha'aretz 11/22/02
Manuscript of Gustav Mahler's First Symphony found in J'lem

New York Times 11/22/02

Rare Mahler Score Found

JERUSALEM, Nov. 22 (AP) — Musicologists are hailing the discovery of a

score of the First Symphony by Gustav Mahler that contains his handwritten

revisions, found in the archives of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and

Dance by a teacher, Charles Bornstein. It had been filed away for more than 40

years, said the academy's chairman, Avner Biron.,3604,845958,00.html

YahooNews Canada 11/22/02

Trash Find May Solve Canadian Metis Leader Mystery

By Jeffrey Jones

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - A transcript of a diary plucked from a trash

can in San Diego, California, may unravel the lost years of Canada's most

controversial figure, Metis leader Louis Riel, who founded the country's first

western province before being hanged for treason.

The Independent 11/23/02

The Times they are a charging

After ploughing millions into their websites, UK newspapers are starting to 
impose fees for cyber services.

Knoxville News-Sentinel 11/23/02

One film of JFK assassination to be digitally restored, saved

By The Associated Press

One of the three primary films of the assassination of President Kennedy is 
being restored, its owners said Friday, the 39th anniversary of his death.

The "Muchmore film," as it is known, will be remastered with digital 
technology that will stabilize it and restore scratched and damaged images, 
Associated Press Television News said.,1406,KNS_350_1564087,00.html

St. Petersburg Times 11/24/02

The fight over all things Kerouac

Texas Monthly 11/2002

Ranch Undressing

Writer-at-large Don Graham discusses this month's cover story "The Secret

History," and his forthcoming book on the King Ranch, King of Texas.

Fairbanks Daily News Miner 11/24/02

Murkowski, staff pack up 22 years of history, mementos

By LIZ RUSKIN Scripps-McClatchy

WASHINGTON--Frank Murkowski left the Senate Tuesday afternoon to prepare for 

new life as Alaska's governor. Meanwhile, his aides are still toiling in the 
office he left behind, dismantling the physical artifacts of his Senate 

News Journal 11/24/02

Help preserve veterans' history

Dallas Morning News 11/24/02

A museum to captivate the tourists

By KENT BIFFLE / The Dallas Morning News

HUNTSVILLE, Texas – What a joint.

The new Texas Prison Museum is the most popular thing hereabouts since the

invention of hacksaw blades.


MyinKY 11/25/02

Archivist picked for Baker Center

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.- A top administrator for the nation's presidential libraries 
has been named executive director of the University of Tennessee's Howard H. 
Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy.

Alan C. Lowe, director of operations for the Office of Presidential Libraries 
in the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, will assume his new 
position with the Baker Center in January.,1626,ECP_775_1568416,00.html

Richmond Times Dispatch 11/25/02

Trunks may hold history

Va. Historical Society has Lee family treasure on loan

The Daily Leader 11/25/02

Grant helps make library collection Internet accessible

By KIM WINDMILLER November 25, 2002

The Lincoln-Lawrence-Franklin Regional Library received a $25,000 United 

Library Services and Technology Act grant administered through the 
Mississippi Library Commission to assist in the efforts to digitalize 
materials that have not be made accessible to the public.

The Globe and Mail 11/25/02
NFB opens its doors to film archive spanning 60 years


The Decatur Daily 11/25/02
Movie directors working in Decatur on Scottsboro Boys film, documentary

Tallahassee Democrat 11/25/02
Aides Find Ledger From 1st Congress
Associated Press
WASHINGTON - The handwriting is a fastidious cursive, the signatures include 
those of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, the columns record an era when 
senators were
paid the lofty wage of $6 a day.
Had Senate aides not stumbled upon the unassuming brown ledger last Tuesday, 
lying on a shelf in a basement storage room, workers clearing space for 
construction of a new visitors' center would have tossed it into the trash 
two days later.

New York Times 11/25/02
First Senate Ledger Saved From History's Dustbin

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