Episode 4: A Finding Aid to My Soul

CAH_8907Listen to four compelling stories from the archives in this selection from A Finding Aid to My Soul, the open-mic storytelling event at ARCHIVES*RECORDS 2018, sponsored by SAA’s Committee on Public Awareness (COPA) and emceed by COPA member Chris Burns, University of Vermont.

Storytellers are Petrina Jackson, head of Special Collections and University Archives, Iowa State University; Elizabeth Myers, director of Smith College Libraries; Geof Huth, chief records officer and law librarian, New York State Unified Court System; and Mary Rubin, senior archivist, University of Central Florida.


Episode Extras

overstreetjennifer-large-e1540998614453Check out two of the spookier stories from A Finding to My Soul by Jennifer Overstreet, graduate student at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and Terry Baxter, archivist at Multnomah County Archives.

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