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Originally published October 18, 2013

Importance of Archives with Afro-American Newspaper Archivist Ja-Zette Marshburn

Presented by the Banneker-Douglass Museum

by AFRO Staff

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    Ms. Ja-Zette Marshburn, director of the AFRO Archives and Research Center. (AFRO Photo)

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Ever wonder how to organize and preserve your business records or personal papers?

In honor of American Archives Month, Ja- Zette Marshburn, MLS will discuss why archives are important and what steps you can take to start preserving your unique history.

A graduate of the University of Maryland, College Parks iSchool - specializing in Archives, Records, and Information Management - Ms. Marshburn is the director of the AFRO Archives and Research Center.

Join us as we celebrate the value of archives! (see flyer below)

When:  Saturday, October 19, 2013

Time:   1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Where: Banneker-Douglas Museum
             84 Franklin Street
             Annapolis, MD 21401
             www.bdmuseum.com

Contact us at: (410) 216-6180 or dlcontactbdm_bdm@maryland.gov



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