Definition of archivist
: a person who has the job of collecting and storing the materials in an archive
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Plummer is the outreach reference archivist at the Ohio History Connection.
On July 6, architect Wayne Troyer will moderate a panel discussion with architects Lee Ledbetter, Paula Peer and Albert Ledner and archivist Francine J. Stock.
Once the dust had cleared and the archivists had done their work, 533 reels were saved — half a million feet of film — the last surviving remnants of an astonishing 372 titles, all of which had been thought lost forever.
Quinn graduated from John Carroll in 1972, the same year Ed Miller, the Bel Air private school's archivist and former head coach of the men's varsity lacrosse team, started the Old Timers' game.
The law also says the president must obtain the views in writing of the nation’s archivist before disposing of any presidential records.
The archivist, David Ferriero, said in March that employees of federal agencies who use a personal email account to conduct agency business must copy or forward it to their official email account within 20 days.
About 600 have been photographed by county archivist Frank Weber and the images uploaded to the gallery at www.
A recent Chicago Tribune article detailed how archivists going through his 110 boxes of papers found a man interested not just in studying lipid biochemistry in his lab, but engaged in everything from the national debt to wars to clean energy:
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