February 2023 Welcome to the Arizona Archives Alliance (AzAA) blog! If you would like to be featured on the AzAA blog regarding the archival work you or your institution is doing please contact us at email@example.com February is Black History Month. This month we asked to hear from Phyllis Grimes, President Emeritus the of Black Family GenealogyContinue reading “AzAA Blog Post February 2023”
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AzAA Blog Post October 2022
Welcome to the Arizona Archives Alliance (AzAA) blog! If you would like to be featured on the AzAA blog regarding the archival work you or your institution is doing please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, we have one more post from Christine Marin, Professor Emeritus, Historian and Archivist,Continue reading “AzAA Blog Post October 2022”
AzAA Blog Post September 2022
September/October 2022 Welcome to the Arizona Archives Alliance (AzAA) blog! If you would like to be featured on the AzAA blog regarding the archival work you or your institution is doing please contact us at email@example.com For September and October, Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15, 2022), we will feature two posts written by ChristineContinue reading “AzAA Blog Post September 2022”
AZAA Blog Post August 2022
August 2022 Welcome to the AzAA Blog August 2022 August blog is a day late, apologies! August was National Dog Month, appointed by the makers of Milk Bone treats. And what archivist doesn’t love finding photos of beloved dogs amid the photographs they care for? Arizona Historical Society Archivists love our dogs! Tell us aboutContinue reading “AZAA Blog Post August 2022”
AzAA Blog Post July 2022
July 2022 by Kaitlin D’Amico, MA, MLIS, CA, GARA, Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records July marks the start of when many Arizonians start receiving their mail-in ballots. Unsurprisingly, Arizona is one of the states with the highest percentage of mail-in ballots across the country. Voting and politics are deeply intertwined as the submittedContinue reading “AzAA Blog Post July 2022”
AzAA Blog Post June 2022
The History of Juneteenth in Tucson Perri Pyle, archivist, Arizona Historical Society On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, bringing word that the war had ended and the enslaved people of the Gulf Coast island were free. Celebrations of June 19th – known early on as “Emancipation Day” or “Jubilee Day,” andContinue reading “AzAA Blog Post June 2022”
Annual Symposium Oct 7, 2016
Click here for more details on the “What’s My Job Again?” Symposium. As always, this symposium is free to attend. Lunch is provided free to members. Non-members can be purchase lunch for $10. To purchase lunch, you can use the “Pay Now” button below or join the organization for just $20 professionals/$10 for students. Because space is limited, we requestContinue reading “Annual Symposium Oct 7, 2016”
Rebecca Goldman is Head of the Archives and Digital Initiatives Department at Connelly Library, La Salle University (Philadelphia) and is working on a MA in Public History at La Salle. She earned her MSLIS from Drexel University and completed paid internships at Drexel University Libraries and the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. Rebecca is the founderContinue reading “Internship Symposium”
Next Board Meeting is Friday, September 18!
Please join us for our next meeting at Northern Arizona University’s Cline Library. If you are unable to make it to the meeting in person, please dial 928-523-6629. Location: Corner of Knowles Drive and McCreary Road Time: 11 a.m. Agenda: Approval of Minutes of Annual meeting, July 10, 2015 Treasurer’s Report – Jonathan Membership – JillContinue reading “Next Board Meeting is Friday, September 18!”
Save the Date!
Our next symposium will be Friday, October 30 from 9-3 at the Arizona Historical Society in Tucson! More details forthcoming, but be sure to save the date!
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