Friday News for March 7, 2014
Welcome to March! Got a lot of interesting news for this week:
From the State:
Venice: A new fossil display is open at the Venice Museum and Archives.
Gainesville: A look at the proposed $26 million state university library storage facility that is now in the hands of legislators.
Tallahassee: The State Archives celebrated Florida statehood on March 3rd.
From the Country:
Boulder, Colorado: The world’s largest privately owned Holocaust Archive has found a new home at University of Colorado-Boulder.
Olympia, Washington: The Washington State Archives is running out of room.
Townsend, Tennessee: The Smoky Mountains in Tennessee are getting their own heritage center and archives.
Los Angeles, California: Fifty years worth of Academy Awards telecasts are being digitally preserved at the University of Southern California.
From the World:
Cologne, Germany: Take at look at the restoration work that has been done with books damaged in a fire five years ago at the Historical Archives of Cologne.
Kiev, Ukraine: A statement regarding the unrest in Ukraine was released this week by the Ukrainian Library Association.