Monthly Archives: February 2014

Maintaining Order

By Brad Miller, graduate assistant If you would have asked me last year, “What is an archive?” my response would have included the adjectives “old” and “organized.” Whether documents in an archive are typically old or new is a discussion … Continue reading

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When Archives Attack

by Lane Tillner, graduate assistant Archives are a place of collection, protection, and preservation for a variety of historical materials.  They are a safe place.  Yet, they can be potentially harmful to one’s health. While processing the William Beasley Papers, … Continue reading

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New Project at the AGRC: Rephotography!

Written by Kayla Utendorf, graduate assistant Here at the Albert Gore Research Center, we are always looking for fun outreach and cool things to post to social media.  Today we’re excited to launch a new project that features both: rephotography! … Continue reading

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Winter wonderland?

Written by Evan Spencer, graduate assistant Being from South Louisiana, I can count the number of times I’ve seen snow on my fingers. So these past few weeks, with temperatures in the teens, twenties, and even single digits….. Well, I’d … Continue reading

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