Introduction to Archival Organization and Description
by Susanne R. Warren (ed.)
Publisher: Oxford University Press 1998
Number of pages: 68
Introduction to Archival Organization and Description guides the novice to an understanding of the nature of archival information and documentation. Chapters cover topics such as the characteristics of archival materials, the gathering and analysis of information for archival description, and the implementation of descriptive tools in information systems.
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