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Smithsonian archives and a new blog post about archival careers

Established in 1772 by Thomas Fox, Fox Brothers is one of only a hand full of working cloth mills left in the UK. Their archive is ‘the most significant textile company archive in the British Isles’.

Convict ship lists, 1840s. Tasmanian Government Archives

Archivists celebrate "Archives Week." Every year, the first week in October is designated as Archives Week. Keeping and preserving local history is so fundamental to a community’s cultural life that it often gets taken for granted.

Salvaging Library and Archive Collections by the Preservation Advisory Centre of the British Library (pdf)

An archivist at work in the FDR Library archival stacks, circa 1950s. The document boxes were designed by FDR

In 1966, Martha Vander Linde of Herman Miller Textiles wrote to Mrs. Miller (at Girard’s request) and sent her wallpaper samples. Girard designed both textiles and wallpaper for Herman Miller.  Martha Vander Linde to Xenia S. Miller, 2 February 1966, 6/54, Miller House and Garden Collection, IMA Archives, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana. (MHG_Ib_B006_f054_061)

Jack Lenor Larsen describes the history of his textile named Jason which he designed specifically for the Miller House. Jack Lenor Larsen to J. Irwin Miller, and Jack Lenor Larsen to Val, 10 March 1989, 2/12, Miller House and Garden Collection, IMA Archives, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana. (MHG_Ia_B002_012_001-002)

JOB HUNTING IN THE 1930s