News Observer, Sun, 12 Sep 2004 11:39 PM PDT
Floods damage trove of mementos Pilot's widow works to salvage artifacts http://newsobserver.com/news/story/1631663p-7849718c.html
Photo by historic photo, the widow of Memphis Belle pilot Col. Robert K. Morgan is trying to salvage the mementos of a famous military career that were nearly destroyed by the floodwaters of Hurricane Frances.
The Journal News
Mount Kisco archives on the move
By SEAN GORMAN
THE JOURNAL NEWS
(Original publication: September 13, 2004)
Over the years, village historian Jane Stewart has seen Mount
Kisco's archives pile up in her basement. There are newspaper
clippings, pictures and old records.
Now, Mount Kisco is giving Stewart, president of the Mount
Kisco Historical Society, back her basement.
A Plan For Data Disaster
Arik Hesseldahl, 09.10.04, 10:00 AM ET
The moment when a hurricane or other disaster is about to strike is the last time to think about the important data stored on
Carolina Morning News, Mon, 13 Sep 2004 4:46 AM PDT
Local News http://www.lowcountrynow.com/stories/091304/LOCthurmond.shtml
The late Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., is framed in a Citadel honor guard during a Dec. 4, 1999, ceremony on the South Carolina Statehouse grounds in Columbia, where a statue of him was dedicated.
The Record 9/10/04
Business-Record Storage Industry Grows Dramatically After Sept. 11, 2001
[The Record - Hackensack, New Jersey]
Sep. 10--Deep inside a Paterson warehouse in the shadow of Route 80, a construction worker
peered at the vaulted ceiling of a room once used to test World War II airplane engines.
The Volkswagen Beetle-sized engines, built by Curtiss-Wright Aeronautical Co., hung from giant
bolts, still visible in the ceiling.
Cement walls a foot thick ensured little damage when engines exploded during testing.
The York Dispatch 9/14/04
Those in public service:
Director enjoys digging for
Archives department head assists
public with genealogy, record
Court records panel suggests privacy protections
By Elizabeth Neff
The Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake Tribune
It has been more than a year since a group of judges, attorneys and others began considering how the public
should be able to access court records in the years to come.
On Tuesday, the Committee on Privacy and Public Court Records finished its work - approving recommendations
that now go to the Utah Judicial Council.
The final report advised no dramatic departures from current rules governing what types of court records the
public can access, but did recommend new protections when it comes to personal identifiers, such as Social
Security numbers or financial information.
Former Stephens Analyst Sued
9/13/04 10:56:18 AM
By Arkansas Business staff, Arkansas Business
Days before Daniel C. Moore announced he was leaving his 8-year job
as a Stephens Inc. analyst, he downloaded approximately 4,600
company files to his computer — possibly to use at his new position
at Morgan Keegan & Co.
Independent, Tue, 14 Sep 2004 9:43 AM PDT
Front Page http://independent.gmnews.com/news/2004/0914/Front_Page/064.html
FREEHOLD — Lee Ellen Griffith, the executive director of the Monmouth County Historical Association, Court Street, has been selected as the recipient of the 2004 Jane Clayton Award.
Bury Free Press, Tue, 14 Sep 2004 0:17 AM PDT
Council supports pictorial town record http://www.buryfreepress.co.uk/ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=843&ArticleID=854575
A PHOTOGRAPHIC treasure-trove dating back more than 150 years is set to get more than £1,000 from its town council. A Bury St Edmunds Town Council committee has recommended funding a project to put the town's greatest photographic archive on the internet.
Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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