Monday, October 12, 2020

Week 3: The 2020 Sacramento Archives Crawl

Welcome to Week 3 of the 2020 Sacramento Archives Crawl!

(Watch Now!) Monday, October 12: We go live at 2 p.m. for Center for Sacramento History archivist Nick Pionchek, who will showcase parts of the repository's extensive film collection while also addressing its preservation needs and plans to extend its useful life.

(Watch Now!) Tuesday, October 13: The nation's centennial celebration of the 19th Amendment continues with an informative overview of important women in the history of El Dorado County: Women of Influence. This sharp Powerpoint is provided by our friends at the El Dorado Historical Society.

(Watch Now!) Wednesday, October 14: The Sacramento Region's flagship family history group, the Sacramento Genealogical Society takes up into its mission, educational initiatives and inner workings with this brief video.

(Watch Now!) Thursday, October 15: Provided by our friends at the Folsom Historical Society, his is a clever mouse/touchpad guided tour through a virtual hall of fame of Folsom residents throughout the years. Completely self guided you're able to ease yourself through a two rooms of human interest photographs that provide an intimate feel for Folsom with Community: "Big Lives of Small-town People."

(Watch Now!) Friday, October 16: Archivist Jason Sarmiento of the Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies and Welga Archive at UC Davis provides us with a pleasing video overview his repository and various digital collections that align with Archives Month and Filipino American History Month.  

(Watch Now!) Saturday, October 17: We start the weekend with short a trip to the California History Room of the California State Library for an overview of some terrific ephemera and photographs that capture the spirit of celebration in Sacramento and all of California. 

(Watch Now!) Sunday, October 18: We wrap up Week 3 with a jaunt down I-5 for a visit with our friends at the Holt-Atherton Special Collections and Archives at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. This detailed tour reveals collection gems, and insights into the repository's preservation planning, and research policy.

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