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Posted on behalf on Cilip Local Studies Group North West Branch.  Please direct any queries to Julie Devonald at the address and telephone number below.
 
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Cilip Local Studies Group North West Branch (Registered Charity no. 303014)

 

Archiving for All: A Day School on Archiving Skills

 

Do you have archive material in your collection and are unsure how to deal with it?

 

Or are you just interested in this fascinating subject or considering an alternative career path?

 

Wednesday 13 Mat 2009, 9.30am-4.15pm

Room 3.210 University Place, University of Manchester

Oxford Road, Manchester

Only 12.50 (lunch not included)

 

Come and learn from the experts including:

Katharine Carter (Greater Manchester County Archivist), Nic Raynor (Conservator, Greater Manchester County Record Office), Sharon Oldale (Senior Conservator, Liverpool Record Office).

 

Subjects covered will include handling archive material and photographs, classifying archives, a step-by-step account of how to create an archive.

 

To reserve your place, please complete the attached form and send to Julie Devonald, Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL.  Any queries, please ring Julie on 0161 275 2920

 

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Cilip Local Studies Group North West Branch 

Archiving for All: A Day School on Archiving Skills, Wednesday 13 May 2009

 

Please reserve.......place(s) for the above local studies day.

 

Please send invoice to.........................................................................

Or

I enclose cheques value ......................

(Cheques should be payable to Local Studies Group North West)

 

Name............................................................................................

 

Address...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

 

Postcode...........................

 

Telephone................................................

 

Email................................................................................................ 

(please provide email address if your require place confirmation)

(N.B. If you do not hear from us, please assume your place is booked).

 

Closing date for applications: Friday 1 May 2009-03-24

 

Please send completed forms to Julie Devonald, Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL.  Any queries, please ring Julie on 0161 275 2920
 
Larysa Bolton - Archivist
Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre
Central Library
Old Street
Ashton-under-Lyne
OL6 7SG

Tel 0161 342 4242 
Fax 0161 342 4245
 
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