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#AskAnArchivist Day

Rare books in the Presidio Research Center. By Laurie Hannah


On Wednesday, October 4, archivists around the country will take to Twitter to answer your questions about any and all things related to archives. Have a question about Santa Barbara history, the Presidio, your ancestors? Want to know how to take care of valuable family papers, photographs, and scrapbooks?

As professional experts who do the exciting work of protecting and sharing important historical materials, archivists have many stories to share about the work they do every day in preserving fascinating documents, photographs, audio and visual materials, and artifacts. Increasingly, archival work extends beyond the physical and includes digital materials.

Archival collections in the Presidio Research Center. By Laurie Hannah.


This day-long event, sponsored by the Society of American Archivists, will give you the opportunity to connect directly with archivists in your community—and around the country—to ask questions, get information, or just satisfy your curiosity.

#AskAnArchivist Day is open to everyone—all you need is a Twitter account. To ask SBTHP’s Archivist Laurie Hannah manages the collections at the Presidio Research Center. To ask Laurie a question, include our Twitter handle (@SBTHP) and the hashtag #AskAnArchivist with your question.

To ask any participating archivist in the country a question, just tweet a question and include the hashtag #AskAnArchivist in your tweet. Your question will be seen instantly by archivists who are standing by to respond directly to you.

Happy #AskAnArchivist Day! Your Archivist is waiting for YOUR questions. Tag us at @SBTHP and use #AskAnArchivist.

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