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Guide to the archival record groups and collections

Arkhiyon ha-Tsiyoni ha-merkazi (Jerusalem)

Guide to the archival record groups and collections

by Arkhiyon ha-Tsiyoni ha-merkazi (Jerusalem)

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Published by [The Archives in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arkhiyon ha-Tsiyoni ha-merkazi (Jerusalem) -- Catalogs.,
  • Zionism -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCentral Zionist Archives.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6374.Z5 A76 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p. ;
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18670573M

    Archival standards. Archivists have developed (and are still developing) standardized ways of characterizing important features of archival collections. Different countries have slightly different descriptive standards and terminologies, but there is a broad international consensus on what it is vital for us to note. Sometimes these collections are kept in specialist collecting institutions, which are also called ‘archives’. Examples of these include national and local archives and record offices. Archives are also kept by other institutions, including museums and libraries. Sometimes archival collections are kept in otherFile Size: KB.

    Guide to the Planning Committee for the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America Records, Guide to the Pommerenke Family Papers, , bulk Guide to the Prentice Family Papers, Past forward: a guide to the archival collections, University of Guelph Library, compiled by Nancy Sadek. , Toronto Public Library.

    A GUIDE TO THE ARCHIVAL CARE OF ARCHITECTURAL RECORDS 19thth CENTURIES ICA. This work is dedicated Record Groups Record Series Problems in Arranging Architectural Records the authors of the guide worked in French and English, readings citedFile Size: 1MB.   Archives: Libraries: A group of material is described on a number of different levels within the collection or fonds (e.g., fonds, series, sub-series, file, item).: Material is described on an individual level (e.g., catalogue record for a single book). Descriptions of each part of a collection are linked together into a "multi-level" archival description, or finding aidAuthor: Creighton Barrett.


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3 Introduction This edition of the Guide to the Archival Record Groups and Collections held at the Central Zionist Archives has once again been expanded.

It includes new acquisitions of material, which have been received recently at the CZA. Digital Collections: Many archives digitize materials (photographs, meeting minutes, reports, letters, audiovisual recordings, etc.) from their collections and make them available on their websites.

Digitization enables the researcher to view materials without visiting the archives in. A record group is a hierarchical division that is sometimes equivalent to provenance, representing all the records of an agency and its subordinate divisions.

However, the records of a large agency may be broken into several record groups, treating the records of different divisions as separate collections rather than as a series.

The Web Version of the Guide This web version of the Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States is based on a paper version with the same title compiled by Robert B.

Matchette et al in This version incorporates descriptive information about federal records acquired by the National Archives after the paper edition went to. The Guide to the Archival Collections contains descriptions of the scope and content of all the catalogued archival collections in the Missouri History Museum Archives (located at the Library and Research Center, South Skinker, St.

Louis).File Size: 1MB. NARA arranges its holdings according to the archival principle of provenance. This principle provides that records be attributed to the agency that created or maintained them and arranged thereunder as they were filed when in active use.

In the National Archives, application of the principle of provenance takes the form of numbered record groups, with each record group. In our posts on what archivists do and on what it’s like to visit the archives, we promised you a closer look at how archivists organize it is: we hope this post demystifies some of the terminology and techniques archivists use.

But most of all, we hope to convince you that what makes archival research a bit slower is also what makes it so rich.

• When retrieving a small format record, remove the entire file folder from the document box rather than trying to extract the item from the folder while it is in the box. • Have two people carry large boxes and lift large flat items off shelves or out of map cabinets.

Basic Conservation of Archival Materials: Chapter 6 – Collections 55File Size: KB. Common ways to establish series in archival collections include: Genre groups (types of materials), Topics, Time Frames, Biographical material, Correspondence, Financial records, Government records, Legal documents, Organizational records, School records, et cetera.

In general, there should not be an "Oversized" : Matthew Kruse. This is a quick guide by subject to all manuscript collections and selected special collections and archival records held by the Archives and Special Collections. Manuscript collections; Archival record groups; Subject.

Art and Artists; Art of the Book/Book Arts; Autographs; Business Records; F&M History; F&M Student Life; Lancaster City/County Author: Meghan Kelly. Learn more in our Special Collections & Archives blog › If you have any questions, please contact Special Collections & Archives at Table of Contents.

The Student Organizations Financial File, (6/1/32, ), includes financial reports, accounting records, audit work papers, budgets, and correspondence for Star Course (), University Band (), and information on student activities and groups.

The Archives includes an appraisal and acquisition unit, an archival processing unit, a conservation lab, and a digital lab.

The Collections. Our collections are typically organized based on the agency that created them. An expandable list below details the categories of records that we hold and corresponding agencies, commissions, and offices. Archival Collections: Catalog Records MARC Coding and Data Content Guidelines.

DEFINITION. Government record and manuscript collections are archival materials created or received by a person, family, or organization, public or private, in the conduct of File Size: KB. The key units in archival arrangement are: record groups, sub-groups, and record series.

RESPECT DES FONDS The principle of archival arrangement according to which each deposit (fonds) should be maintained as a separate entity, even if other fonds cover the same or similar subjects.

It requires archivists to respect the integrity of the body of. One folder pertaining to Business Library acquisitions was separated and transferred to the University Archives General Files.

Two additional items—“Preliminary Check List of Secondary Works in Railway History,” a bibliography compiled by Richard C. Overton, and the Bureau of Railway Economics Library's “Recent Accessions of Interest,” List Nos. (Ma. Get this from a library. Guide to the microfilm collections in the Pennsylvania State Archives.

[Roland M Baumann; Diane S Wallace; Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.] -- The State Archives in became the Division of Archives and Manuscripts in the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. "The microfilm holdings reported in this book are divided. Special Collections staff are also actively diversifying the university’s historical record by archiving social media, websites, and current events.

Documenting the actions of our current student body allows our archive to take an active stance on collecting, and helps ensure that we are capturing the sentiments of all campus populations. Effective archival processing depends on two overriding features: attention to detail and consistency.

This guide is an effort to codify NMAI Archive Center processing practice so that all staff members, project contractors, interns, and volunteers process archival collections in a consistent manner with the same attention to Size: 1MB.

(3) before that, book catalogs were the traditional method of intellectual control b. institutional guide describes all the collections held at the repository c. collection level finding aid describes the holdings of a single collection d. another type of guide helps users locate materials on certain broad subjects e.

Get this from a library! Archival guide to the collections of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. [United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,; Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies,] -- Collection of documents for the U.S.

Holocaust Memorial Museum began in13 years before the museum was opened to the public. Located at 15 West 16th Street in New York City, the Yivo Institute houses an archival collection of approximately 1, (record groups) spanning o linear feet.

These collections consist of manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials. The Archives also holds photographs, films, videotapes, sound recordings, art works, and Author: Richard Kearney.Access to Institutional Archives and Manuscript Collections in U.S.

Colleges and Universities MARK A. GREENE Director, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming Vice President/President-Elect, Society of American Archivists (–) The Society of American Archivists’ major analysis of archival work, Planning for the ArchivalFile Size: 68KB.