June’s Program: Preserving Your Personal Archives with Linda Meyer
Linda(Shown above) will discuss the best practices for preserving photographs, documents, memorabilia, and other historical materials that people may have in their personal collections.
Linda Meyer grew up in Fort Collins, Colorado, and earned undergraduate and master’s degrees in history at Colorado State University. During her graduate studies, she collected oral histories and worked as a research assistant to Dr. James E Hansen II, who authored numerous comprehensive histories of the university.
In her current position as archivist for the Agricultural and Natural Resources Archive in the Archives and Special Collections department of Colorado State University Libraries, Ms. Meyer continues to collect and preserve historical material related to the agrarian and resource heritage of the state. She has published articles in the Journal of Archival Organization, Colorado Libraries, and the Journal of Western Archives, and is a past president of the Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists.
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