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Mrs. Warner household objects

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We recently received 2 collections from different donors which include a lot of three-dimensional objects, more than we usually receive mixed in with books and papers. They were all the property of Mrs. Elizabeth Warner.

Here are some of her household objects related to eating and cooking:











Clarke archivist on state board

My appointment is on the CMU news page.

Clarke archivist on state board Marian Matyn will serve 3 years on the advisory body for historical records planning August 17, 2018 Contact: Gary H. Piatek
Clarke Historical Library archivist and associate professor Marian Matyn has been appointed to the Michigan State Historical Records Advisory Board by Gov. Rick Snyder.
The board, housed within the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, serves as a central advisory body for historical records planning. It also works with the National Historical Publications and Records Commission to offer re-grants to small historical organizations and institutions in Michigan that preserve archival records and make them accessible to the public.
Her term expires Dec. 31, 2021.

Mrs. Warner's clothing

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We recently received 2 collections from different donors which include a lot of three-dimensional objects, more than we usually receive mixed in with books and papers. They were all the property of Mrs. Elizabeth Warner.

Here are some of her clothing and accoutrements:




Mrs. Warner's hats

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We recently received 2 collections from different donors which include a lot of three-dimensional objects, more than we usually receive mixed in with books and papers. They were all the property of Mrs. Elizabeth Warner.

Here are some of her hats, fascinators and hatboxes:































SAA finally endorses Protocols

Very big news. SAA just announced that it Finally endorsed the Protocols.

At its August 13 meeting in Washington, DC, the SAA Council endorsed Protocols for Native American Archival Materials, a document that had been considered by previous Councils, and issued astatementabout the endorsement concluding that, "The SAA Council acknowledges that endorsement of these Protocols is long overdue. We regret and apologize that SAA did not take action to endorse the Protocols sooner and engage in more appropriate discussion."

megalithic tomb complex discovered

A 5,500 year old megalithic tomb complex has been discovered in County Meath, Ireland. It is in an area already identified as a Unesco World Heritage site, the Bru na Boinne complex. Very cool. See https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-44850668 for more information

intern Nikki Brabaw

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