Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

This special issue includes "Four of the Best from Our First 25 Years": Warner, "The Same of the Cities;" Densmore, "Understanding and Using Early Nineteenth Century Account Books;" Freeman, "Buying Quarter Inch Holes;" and Bradsher, "The FBI Records Appraisal."

Articles


Re-membering the Future: Organizational Change, Technology, and the Role of the Archivist 

Chauncey Bell

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

Selling the College and University Archives: Current Outreach Perspectives 

Tamar G. Chute

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

By Fair Means If You Can: A Case Study of Raising Private Monies to Support Archival Programs 

Herbert J. Hartsook

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

Words and Music: Understanding the Value of Textual Content on Commercial Sound Recording Labels 

Robert Pruter

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

The Shame of the Cities: Public Records of the Metropolis 

Sam Bass Warner

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

The Shame of the Cities: Public Records of the Metropolis 

Sam Bass Warner

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

Understanding and Using Early Nineteenth Century Account Books 

Christopher Densmore

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

Buying Quarter Inch Holes: Public Support Through Results 

Elsie Freeman Finch

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue

The FBI Records Appraisal 

James Gregory Bradsher

2000-01-01 Volume 25 • Issue 1 • 2000 • Special 25th Anniversary Double Issue