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Experience the Event

Society of American Archivists
Pre-Conference Symposium:
Ethnographic Archives, Communities of Origin, and Intangible Cultural Heritage

Wednesday, August 2, 2006

Photo Album

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Michael Brown
Michael F. Brown, Lambert Professor of Anthropology, Williams College, and author of Who Owns Native Culture. Photo by Guha Shankar, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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Leopold
Robert Leopold, Director, National Anthropological Archives and Human Studies Film Archives, Smithsonian Institution.Photo by Guha Shankar, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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Michael Taft and Nora YehMichal Taft, Head of the American Folklife Center's Archive of Folk Culture, addressing the gathering as AFC archivist Nora Yeh looks on. Photo by Stephen Winick, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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AFC Panel with Nora Yeh speaking
American Folklife Center staff presenting a workshop on archival methods for processing and preserving multi-format collections. From left to rignt, Nora Yeh, Marcia Segal, Sarah Bradley-Leighton, Todd Harvey, and Judy Ng. Photo by Stephen Winick, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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Jennifer O'Neal Walele and Judy Ng
Jennifer O'Neal Walele, left, with Judy Ng. Photo by Stephen Winick, August 2,2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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Kenneth Bilby Kenneth Bilby, Smithsonian Institution Associate. Photo by Guha Shankar, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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Alvin Windy Boy, Sr.
Alvin Windy Boy, Sr. Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Chippewa Cree Tribe. Photo by Guha Shankar, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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Margaret Mills
Margaret Mills, Ohio State University. Photo by Guha Shankar, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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David George-Shongo
David George-Shongo, (Seneca), Tribal Archivist, Senica Nation of Indians Archives; Chair, Native American Archives Roundtable (SAA). Photo by Guha Shankar, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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Panel: Jennifer O'Neal Walele, David George-Shongo, and Alvin Windy Boy, Sr.
From left to right, Jennifer O'Neal Walele, David George-Shongo, and Alvin Windy Boy, Sr. lead an open forum on Native American archival concerns. Photo by Guha Shankar, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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Display of various sound recording media
A display of various recording medium from the era of wax cylinders to reel-to-reel tape. Some examples of deterioration are also shown, such as the broken wax cylinder on the back row, second from the left. Photo by Stephen Winick, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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An example of an acetate on aluminum recording disc that has deteriorated with age. The photo shows cracks and flaking of the acetate coating.
Part of the display for the archival workshop included this aluminum disc with acetate coating. This common recording medium in the 1930s and 1940s, provides an example of the deterioration that occers over time as the softeners in the acetate extrude causing the coating dry out and shrink making the recording unplayable. Photo by Stephen Winick, August 2, 2006. Collection number AFC 2006/044.
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