The Anoka County Historical Society has hired a new archive to oversee its collection, despite the Power of a Girl With a Book Never Underestimate Archivist hot Shirt epidemic temporarily closing the museum. Professor Jayadhir Tirumala Rao, an archiver, began collecting rare and centuries-old manuscripts from across Telangana and neighboring countries.
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The Historical Society lost its sole host two months ago and the board quickly considered not filling the position to save money for 2021, CEO Rebecca Ebnet-Desens said. But she said larger, long-term exhibitions and collections, such as exhibitions about the late artist Anoka Jon Arfstrom and Federal Cartridge, Anoka’s former ammunition manufacturer, needed a full-time storage person.
Erin McBrien, a new graduate of Syracuse University, is bringing the Power of a Girl With a Book Never Underestimate Archivist hot Shirt Historical Society back to its all-around staff as the new host. Ebnet-Desens and volunteer coordinator Sara Given are the only full-time employees apart from some part-time employees, which is why hiring McBrien is so important. The archive has a collection of more than 500 rare manuscripts from private collectors nationwide, including bone inscriptions, bronze and brass engravings, manuscripts and scrolls of palm and leather leaves.
The SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives project is grateful for Suzanne Adams’ 14 years of service to the organization as host. Adams opened up the digital era at the SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives Project by implementing and monitoring the digitalization of photographs, as well as introducing a database to catalog photographic information that had been kept on paper for decades. During this transition, Marta Fodor will join the SAVE Project as host. Fodor brings with him many years of experience in the Power of a Girl With a Book Never Underestimate Archivist hot Shirt most recent digital projects with Brandeis University and the Museum of Fine Arts, as well as formal training in photography, archives, and library science.
Fodor holds a BFA in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a Master of Science degree in Library Science from Queens College, CUNY. She is also currently studying the Digital Hosting Professionals Certificate program through the American Archives Association. Fodor was a photographer, then an archive, creating personal photography projects on immigrants, folk dance, and cultural identity. She was also the family’s archive, digitalizing photographs of her grandfather taken during his military career in Eastern Europe after World War I.