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Carol Smallwood, Elaine S. Williams
Table Of Contents
Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction PART I: BASICS 1. Band-Aids and Superglue for the Cash-Strapped Local History Librarian, Chad Leinaweaver 2. Basic In-House Book and Paper Repair, Karen E.K Brown 3. Emergency Preparedness, Dyani Feige 4. You Can't Keep It All, Rochelle LeMaster PART II: NEWSPAPERS 5. Balancing Selection and Digitization: Selecting 19th and Early-20th Century Newspaper Titles for Online Access, Athena Jackson 6. Indexing your Local Newspapers on Microfilm, Kelly Zackmann 7. Newspaper Preservation in Developing Countries: Issues and Strategies for Intervention, Goodluck Israel Ifijeh PART III: SCRAPBOOKS 8. How to Get Scrapbooks Into the Hands of Users, Anastasia Weigle 9. Keeping Scrapbooks Secure and Available, Erin Foley 10. Physical Properties of Scrapbooks, Jennifer Hain Teper PART IV: LOCAL HISTORY 11. Creating Local History Development Guidelines, William Helling 12. Keeping a Past: Preservation Issues in Local History, Nancy Richey 13. Minimizing Privacy and Copyright Concerns with Online Local History Collections, David Gwynn 14. Lavaca County Records Retention Project, Brenda Lincke Fisseler 15. Managing Archives in Local History Collections, Sarah Welland PART V: GENEALOGY 16. Partnering with Local Genealogical Societies, Lisa Fraser 17. Patron Driven Family History Preservation, Howard C. Bybee PART VI: PHOTOGRAPHS 18. Collecting and Preserving Photographic Materials, Amanda Drost 19. Organizing and Indexing Photo Collections, Rose Fortier 20. Photograph Selection, Access, and Preservation for the Public Librarian, Rebekah Tabah PART VII: DIGITAL 21. Digital Preservation of the Emilie Davis Diaries, Alexia Hudson 22. Preserving and Publishing Local Biographies, Elizabeth B. Cooksey 23. Promoting Local History through the Catablog, Cyndi Harbeson 24. Reinventing the Obituary File for the Digital Age, Kerry FitzGerald PART VIIII: ORAL HISTORIES 25. Preserving Born-Digital Oral Histories, Juliana Nykolaiszyn 26. Preserving Indiana Women's Voices: a University Oral History Project, Theresa McDevitt 27. Steps in Preserving Oral Histories, Suellyn Lathrop PART IX: APPROACHES TO PRESERVATION 28. Affiliation Agreements, Tomaro Taylor 29. Educating the Community: Preserving Tomorrow's Treasures Today, Jessica Phillips 30. Historical Sheet Music Collections: Practical Wisdom, Racial Sensitivity, Karl Madden 31. Tracing History Through Non-Traditional Methods, Emily Griffin Afterword Contributors Index
Carol Smallwood has worked as a public library systems administrator and consultant, and in school, academic, and special libraries. She has authored, co-authored, edited, and co-edited several books, including Writing and Publishing: The Librarian's Handbook (2010), Librarians as Community Partners: An Outreach Handbook (2010), and How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian (Scarecrow, 2011). Her articles have appeared in numerous journals, including American Libraries. Elaine S. Williams is branch manager and youth librarian at the Lynchburg (Ohio) Branch of the Highland County District Library. Her writing has appeared in Librarians as Community Partners (ALA, 2010) and A Cup of Comfort for Fathers (Adams Media, 2010). She is a member of the Lynchburg Historical Society and the Ohio Library Council, Southwest Chapter.