PastPerfect Museum Software. Making It Work For You. Society of North Carolina Archivists Spring Meeting, March 4, 2005 Session III – Making Our Lives Easier? Using Database Management in Archives. Adina L. Riggins Archivist/Special Collections Librarian UNC Wilmington. Advantages.
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Making It Work For You
Society of North Carolina Archivists
Spring Meeting, March 4, 2005
Session III – Making Our Lives Easier?
Using Database Management in Archives
Adina L. RigginsArchivist/Special Collections LibrarianUNC Wilmington
one or more objects acquired at one time from one source, constituting a single transaction between the museum and a source
--(Burcaw 1997), as quoted in PastPerfect Museum Software Version 3.0 User’s Guide
1) the act and procedures involved in taking records or papers into physical and legal custody of an archival agency or manuscript repository. 2) The materials involved in such a transfer of custody
--Glossary provided by Michelle A. Francis, Hometown History Workshop, Wilmington, NC, 5 June, 2002
*Thanks to Michelle Francis, “Providing Access” component of
“Hometown History” Workshop, 5 June, 2002, NHCPL, Wilmington, NC