By: D Wythe
256 pages, Illus
Offers a comprehensive overview of archival work in a museum setting. Skillfully written by a team of museum-based archivists, this volume draws on decades of experience in applying fundamental archival principles and practices to the specific circumstances of museums. Footnotes, sidebars, and a concluding resource guide point readers to a vast range of additional information and assistance. It also introduces readers to the institutional cultures, functions, and records of the museum setting and to issues of particular bearing to museums, including Nazi-looted art and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA).
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