If you haven’t seen it already, please read and pass along this great story from today’s New York Times, Budget Cuts to Archives Put History Out of Reach. Note that it starts with the situation in Georgia, but expands to cover cuts to government archives across the country. And thanks to friend-of-the-blog, Richard Peace-Moses for emphasizing the impact cuts have on the ability of archives to deal with both paper and electronic records. Great job by everyone involved!
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