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Kiwis, Kangaroos, and Bald Eagles: Archival Development in Three Countries

Author
  • Thomas Wilsted (The Salvation Army Archives and Research Center)

Abstract

Comparisons are always difficult, and the person making the comparison is often accused of trying to liken apples to oranges or bananas to watermelons. In trying to compare archival development in the United States to that of Australasia—that is, Australia and New Zealand—I too may be treading this path.

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Wilsted, T., (1979) “Kiwis, Kangaroos, and Bald Eagles: Archival Development in Three Countries”, Archival Issues 4(1), p.35–51. doi: https://doi.org//archivalissues.8040

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Published on
01 Jan 1979
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