Society of American Archivists

The Society of American Archivists is the oldest and largest archivist association in North America, serving the educational and informational needs of more than 5,000 individual archivist and institutional members. Established in 1936, the organization serves upwards of 6,200 individual and member institutions.

The Society supports its members and the archival profession through strong publication and professional workshop programs and semi-annual meetings. Currently, workshops are given all across the United States and attend to current archival concerns and issues such as Encoded Archival Description, the digitizing of archival materials, and preservation and conservation of materials, among others. The programs it offers include: Online On-Demand Programs, Online Real Time Programs and Face to Face Programs. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Miller, Fredric.
Published 1990
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Location: Scarborough-Phillips Library Library, St. Edward's University
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by Pugh, Mary Jo.
Published 1992
...Society of American Archivists....
Location: Scarborough-Phillips Library Library, St. Edward's University
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Published 2007
...Society of American Archivists....
Location: Scarborough-Phillips Library Library, St. Edward's University
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by Pugh, Mary Jo.
Published 2005
...Society of American Archivists....
Location: Scarborough-Phillips Library Library, St. Edward's University
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