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Re: News about archives and libraries in Haiti

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"Butler A.M." <[log in to unmask]>

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Butler A.M.

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 Of course it should - no one was saying it shouldn't. Seeing the poor people yards from the airport without food or water was just heartbreaking and donations and help should go to the people in the camps first.
I was asking about the organisations in the UK planning and supporting any efforts to save and rebuild the collections in the coming months. Surely this should not just be up to France, Canada and the USA?

Anne-Marie


-----Original Message-----
From: Library and Information Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Frances Hendrix
Sent: 22 January 2010 13:12
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: News about archives and libraries in Haiti

I agree with Zena, this will and should be a lower priority to getting
people fed, watered, housed and given medical treatment. Which all seems
incredibly slow.
Frances Hendrix
Martin House Farm, Hilltop Lane, Whittle le Woods, Chorley, Lancs PR6 7QR,
UK
tel: 01257 274 833.  fax: 01257 266 488
email: [log in to unmask]
----- Original Message -----
From: "Woodley Zena (RQ8) Mid Essex Hospital" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, January 22, 2010 12:56 PM
Subject: Re: News about archives and libraries in Haiti


I wouldn't have thought so - they've yet to set up camps & get those poor
people fed on any regular basis. I've emailed James to suggest they include
GB (do the French know how many 2nd hand bookshops we have??),
www.justgiving.com may have the edge over PayPal, as being easier to just
donate & not get dodgy spam...


Zena Woodley, B.A.(Joint Hons), MCLIP
Information Resources Manager ~ Warner Library~ Broomfield Hospital~
Chelmsford~CM1 7ET
T: 01245-514310 E: [log in to unmask]

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Sent: 22 January 2010 12:20
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Subject: Re: News about archives and libraries in Haiti

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Hi

Is there anything being done by UK organisations?


kind regards
Anne-Marie


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Anne-Marie Butler
Principal  Library Assistant

Inter-Library Loans
Hartley Library
University of Southampton
Highfield
Southampton
SO17 1BJ

(  +44 (0) 23 80593454
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From: Library and Information Professionals [mailto:LIS-PROFESSION@JISCMAIL=
.AC.UK] On Behalf Of Caroline Brick
Sent: 22 January 2010 11:36
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: FW: News about archives and libraries in Haiti



Dear List Members,

Apologies for cross posting.

Please see the message below regarding the situation of libraries and archi=
ves in Haiti. Assistance is sought from heritage professionals so please ci=
rculate further amongst your friends and colleagues.

Caroline Brick
Librarian

Information Desk & Library
London Transport Museum
39 Wellington Street
London WC2E 7BB

Switchboard: 020 7379 6344
Direct line: 020 7565 7280
Fax: 020 7565 7252
Email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

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From: James Rovira <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
To: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thu, 21 Jan 2010 13:35:30 -0500
Subject: Libraries in Haiti

Dear all,

Here is a brief point on the situation in Ha=EFti.

We have a contact with Patrick Tardieu who is an archivist in the oldest
library in Port au Prince, Biblioth=E8que des P=E8res du Saint Esprit.
Fortunately, he's alive and flighted yesterday to Canada. The first
information we have are:

- Saint Martial College in which there is the Bibliothque Hatienne de= s
pres du saint esprit collapsed

- The St Louis de Gonzague library building would be ok but very weakened

- The national Library collapsed, at least a part of it

- Most of the university libraries collapsed too

Those libraries gathered very old collections (from the 16th centuries).
Several manuscripts were brought by the missionaries who came from Europe.
Other have been collected in the Caraibs (notably, publications on the
haitian revolutions, transcriptions of vaudou oral traditions, personal
documents from the 18th centuries).

We think it's urgent to run an international campaign for saving these
collections, at least in France, the US and Canada. We have to create a
dedicated funds to launch the campaign and raise money. In our side, we are
already in contact with the French IFLA comittee (International Federation
of Library Association), the Foreign Affairs (through its agency
CulturesFrance) and the culture ministry. In the US we will work with
professor Laurent Dubois, Duke University, who has a good knowledge of thes=
e collections and is ready to rally the archivists and the historians
community. Patrick Tardieu, who is in Canada now will help us too, to have =
a better knowledge of the situation.

We have to prepare, for next week to :

1/ Open a dedicated fundraising paypal account at least in the US and Franc=
e for the operation (not only focused on the emergency of saving these
collections but also on the effort of rebuilding in the next monthes)

2. Work with organizations such as IFLA, UNESCO and the FOKAL Foundation
(its director, Elizabeth Pierre Louis, who we well know is still missing for
the moment) in order to avoid the redundancies.

3/ Prepare to form a team of curator, archivists, historians and logistics
coordinators who would be ready to go there in the next weeks or months.

For the moment we have good contacts in Guadeloupe. We might need to find
places in Canada and in the US. People are mobilizing there and could
prepare rapidly to host the collections for a while. Patrick Tardieu told m=
e that we maybe could host them in other places in haiti if the roads are
ok.
We'll check up on this point next week. Our principal ennemy will be the
rain from now. The collections could be destroyed forever. Most of these
pieces are unique.

We'll have more info hopefully next week on the collections and the
situation there. Don't hesitate to share the news you'd have.

Thank you for your mobilization. I'll be reachable during the week end on m=
y cell phone : +33.6.82.99.36.84. BSF sent a first communiqu=E9 today in
memo= ry of Mamadou Bah, a good friend of us, who worked at the UN in Port
au Prince= .

You'll find it at this adress: http://mim.io/15f12?fe=3D1
<http://mim.io/15f12?fe=3D1&pact=3D555218280> &pact=3D555218280

We have no news from Nixon Calixte who was coordinating the UNiversity
Libraries net work in Haiti Best

J=E9r=E9my Lachal
Directeur - BSF
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+33.(0)6.58.43.85.56 - +33.(0)1.43.25.75.61
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11:36<BR><B>To:</B>=20 [log in to unmask]<BR><B>Subject:</B> FW:
News about archives an= d=20 libraries in Haiti<BR></FONT><BR></DIV>
<DIV></DIV><BR><BR>Dear List Members,<BR><BR>Apologies for cross=20
posting.<BR><BR>Please see the message below regarding the situation of=20
libraries and archives in Haiti. Assistance is sought from heritage=20
professionals so please circulate further amongst your friends and=20
colleagues.<BR><BR>Caroline Brick<BR>Librarian<BR><BR>Information Desk &amp=
;=20 Library<BR>London Transport Museum<BR>39 Wellington Street<BR>London
WC2E=20
7BB<BR><BR>Switchboard: 020 7379 6344<BR>Direct line: 020 7565 7280<BR>Fax:=
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<BR>S= ent:=20 Thu, 21 Jan 2010 13:35:30 -0500<BR>Subject: Libraries in
Haiti<BR><BR>Dear= =20 all,<BR><BR>Here is a brief point on the situation in
Ha=EFti.<BR><BR>We ha= ve a=20 contact with Patrick Tardieu who is an
archivist in the oldest<BR>library i= n=20 Port au Prince, Biblioth=E8que
des P=E8res du Saint Esprit.<BR>Fortunately,=  he's=20 alive and flighted
yesterday to Canada. The first<BR>information we have=20
are:<BR><BR>- Saint Martial College in which there is the Biblioth=E8que Ha=
=EFtienne=20 des<BR>p=E8res du saint esprit collapsed<BR><BR>- The St Louis
de Gonzague = library=20 building would be ok but very weakened<BR><BR>- The
national Library collap= sed,=20 at least a part of it<BR><BR>- Most of the
university libraries collapsed=20 too<BR><BR>Those libraries gathered very
old collections (from the 16th=20 centuries).<BR>Several manuscripts were
brought by the missionaries who cam= e=20 from Europe.<BR>Other have been
collected in the Caraibs (notably, publicat= ions=20 on the<BR>haitian
revolutions, transcriptions of vaudou oral traditions,=20
personal<BR>documents from the 18th centuries).<BR><BR>We think it's urgent=
to=20 run an international campaign for saving these<BR>collections, at
least in= =20 France, the US and Canada. We have to create a<BR>dedicated
funds to launch=  the=20 campaign and raise money. In our side, we
are<BR>already in contact with th= e=20 French IFLA comittee (International
Federation<BR>of Library Association), = the=20 Foreign Affairs (through its
agency<BR>CulturesFrance) and the culture mini= stry.=20 In the US we will
work with<BR>professor Laurent Dubois, Duke University, w= ho=20 has a good
knowledge of these<BR>collections and is ready to rally the=20 archivists
and the historians<BR>community. Patrick Tardieu, who is in Cana= da=20 now
will help us too, to have a<BR>better knowledge of the situation.<BR><B=
R>We=20
have to prepare, for next week to :<BR><BR>1/ Open a dedicated fundraising=
=20 paypal account at least in the US and France<BR>for the operation (not
only= =20 focused on the emergency of saving these<BR>collections but also
on the eff= ort=20 of rebuilding in the next monthes)<BR><BR>2. Work with
organizations such a= s=20 IFLA, UNESCO and the FOKAL Foundation<BR>(its
director, Elizabeth Pierre Lo= uis,=20 who we well know is<BR>still missing
for the moment) in order to avoid the= =20 redundancies.<BR><BR>3/ Prepare
to form a team of curator, archivists,=20 historians and
logistics<BR>coordinators who would be ready to go there in = the=20 next
weeks or months.<BR><BR>For the moment we have good contacts in Guadel=
oupe.=20 We might need to find<BR>places in Canada and in the US. People are
mobiliz= ing=20 there and could<BR>prepare rapidly to host the collections
for a while. Pat= rick=20 Tardieu told me<BR>that we maybe could host them
in other places in haiti i= f the=20 roads are ok.<BR>We'll check up on this
point next week. Our principal enne= my=20 will be the<BR>rain from now. The
collections could be destroyed forever. M= ost=20 of these<BR>pieces are
unique.<BR><BR>We'll have more info hopefully next w= eek=20 on the
collections and the<BR>situation there. Don't hesitate to share the =
news=20 you'd have.<BR><BR>Thank you for your mobilization. I'll be
reachable durin= g the=20 week end on my<BR>cell phone : +33.6.82.99.36.84.
BSF sent a first communiq= u=E9=20 today in memory<BR>of Mamadou Bah, a good
friend of us, who worked at the U= N in=20 Port au Prince.<BR><BR>You'll
find it at this adress: <A=20 href=3D"http://mim.io/15f12?fe=3D1"
target=3D_blank>http://mim.io/15f12?fe=
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target=3D_blank>http://mim.io/15f12?fe=3D1&amp;pact=3D555218280</A>&gt;=20
&amp;pact=3D555218280 <BR><BR>We have no news from Nixon Calixte who was=20
coordinating the UNiversity<BR>Libraries net work in Haiti Best<BR><BR>J=E9=
r=E9my=20 Lachal<BR>Directeur - BSF<BR><A=20
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