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The Star-Ledger, Fri, 26 May 2006 12:07 PM PDT
A FAMILY WHO KNOWS HOW TO SAVE HISTORY
For 20 years, Margit Rahill has overseen the delicate work of book and
document restoration at the Turul Bookbindery, working alongside her
mother, Margaret Gregorensics at the family- owned shop in Jefferson.
Veterans Don't Want to Dwell on Stolen PC
Washington Post - United States
... Norton, of Grand Rapids, Mich., said he's not overly concerned
his data may have been on a laptop stolen from a Veterans Affairs
Ingham taking records off-line: Register of Deeds worries about ...
Lansing State Journal - Lansing,MI,USA
... But registers of deeds can't alter the documents themselves. ...
the register of deeds in Eaton nor Clinton counties provides images of
documents online. ...
Mayor Melton Denies Shredding Newspaper Requests
WLBT-TV - Jackson,MS,USA
... to the newspaper, the accusation came from City Council President
Crisler, who said City Clerk Cedric Morgan delivered the shredded
and the ...
What if you could close without so much paper?
Boston Globe - United States
... standards for such things as electronic notarization, to prove that
documents weren't ... In Lowell, the Middlesex County North Registry of
Deeds has been piloting ...
Daughter finds vintage films a reel home
Greensboro News Record - Greensboro,NC,USA
... line the racks. Assistant archivist Matt Jones points out the Steed
collection, which takes up a rack of its own. Rozelle and Baker ...
Palo Alto Weekly, Fri, 26 May 2006 10:14 AM PDT
Saviors of song
Of all the old printed music that Kim Venaas and his orchestras have
rescued from the dustbin of history, a faded clarinet arrangement is
one of his
PR Web, Sun, 28 May 2006 0:07 AM PDT
Southeastern New York Library Resources Council Spearheads The
Digital Effort of the Hudson River Valley
On June 9th at Locust Grove, The Samuel Morse Historic Site in
Poughkeepsie, N.Y., librarians, archivists, legislators and special
witness the public debut of a new resource featuring the extensive and
heritage of the Hudson River Valley. Called the Hudson River Valley
artifacts and documents are accessible and searchable through the
Internet 24 hours a
CBS News - USA
... from the files because it was embarrassing. There was no secret
In fact, National Archives officials say one third of the seized
were removed ...
Center archive yields clues to missing Vietnam soldiers
Fort Worth Star Telegram - Fort Worth,TX,USA
... And many more new clues are likely on the way: of the 2.3 million
the center purchased from the National Archives, only about 5 percent
is online so ...
WAITING FOR 1911 CENSUS
TMCnet - USA
... Our friends at the National Archives in Kew tell us that the 1911
will be available to search online from the first working day of 2 012.
Historical society completes publication of Greene papers
Boston Globe - United States
PROVIDENCE, RI --The Rhode Island Historical Society has finished
the papers of a Revolutionary War commander who fought a war of
Use of open records laws raises concerns of political maneuvering
Duluth News Tribune - Duluth,MN,USA
Wisconsin's expansive open records law guarantees "complete public
to most state records, and anyone can file a request. ...
Peter A. Kurilecz
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