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Library Lunch Hour: Archiving and Collecting: What’s Important?

Library Lunch Hour: Archiving and Collecting: What’s Important?

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Event Organizer: Center for Puerto Rican Studies

Cost:Free

Crack open your lunch box and settle in for our first installment of our Library Lunch Hour put on by CENTRO's Library & Archives department on September 28th, 2021 at 12 PM EST! Nerd out with us as we explore our collection of historical archives which includes primary sources, photographs, art, poems, texts & more! We're kicking off our Lunch Hour with Centro Library & Archives staff member, Anibal Arocho as he provides an overview of Centro's archival collections and a basic introduction to archives, and how to begin building a collection. After this, stick around for a Q&A and chat with Anibal!

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