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Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub
Hunter, Gregory S.
"Library Journal and other review journals raved about the first edition of this now-standard guide. This new edition has been completely updated and expanded to include crucial new information on digital records, archival encoding descriptions, copyright issues, post-9/11 security concerns, and international perspectives on these issues--content that makes this manual essential for archivists of all backgrounds. Setting up archives, appraisal and accessioning, acquisition strategies and policies, arrangement description, reference and access, preservation, and electronic records are just some of the topics covered in both theory and practice in this clear, comprehensive, and practical guide.Hunter, Gregory S. is the author of 'Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives A How-To-Do-It Manual' with ISBN 9781555704674 and ISBN 1555704670.
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