American Archivist

 

Volume 60 • Number 1 • Winter 1997

SPECIAL ISSUE ON ARCHIVES AND BUSINESS RECORDS

Introduction—Archives and Business in the International Age
James E. Fogerty, Guest Editor

The Development of Business Archives in the United States: An Overview and a Personal Perspective
Elizabeth W. Adkins

Life After the "Big Bang": Business Archives in an Era of Disorder
Gordan Rabchuk

Archival Brinkmanship: Downsizing, Outsourcing, and the Records of Corporate America
James E. Fogerty

"Some Things We Have Learned....": Managing Advertising Archives for Business and Non-Business Users
Ellen G. Gartrell

The Business Records of a Nation: The Case of Denmark
Henrik Fode and J¸rgen Fink

Not Just Business as Usual: Evolving Trends in Historical Research at Baker Library, The Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University
Laura Linard and Brent M. Sverdloff

Multi-National, Multi-Archival: The Business Records of the HSBC Group
Edwin Green

Review Essay

Religious Archives and the Study of History and Religion: An Essay Review of Recent Titles
Ronald D. Patkus



Volume 60 • Number 2 • Spring 1997

SPECIAL ISSUE ON STATE ARCHIVAL PROGRAMS

State Archival Programs: Issues, Strategies, Prospects
Bruce W. Dearstyne, Guest Editor

State Archives in 1997: Diverse Conditions, Common Directions
Victoria Irons Walch

Building a Public Archive in Delaware for the Twenty-First Century
Howard P. Lowell

The South Carolina Archives: A Decade of Change and Program Development
Roy Tryon

Information Technology, Records, and State Archives
Roy Turnbaugh

"Camp Pitt" and the Continuing Education of Government Archivists: 1989-1996
David Olson

Crossing Boundaries: Intergovernmental Records Cooperation, 1987-98
Marie Allen

The Business of Government and the Future of Government Archives
Kathryn Hammond Baker

Selected Recent Publications



Volume 60 • Number 3 • Summer 1997

SPECIAL ISSUE ON ENCODED ARCHIVAL DESCRIPTION
Part 1: Context and Theory,
Jackie M. Dooley, Guest Editor

Encoded Archival Description: The Development of an Encoding Standard for
Archival Finding Aids

Daniel V. Pitti

'NISTF II' and EAD: The Evolution of Archival Description
Steven L. Hensen

Navigation, Access, and Control Using Structured Information
Steven J. DeRose

Encoded Archival Description: A Structural Overview
Janice E. Ruth

Implementing EAD: An Overview of Administrative and Technical
Considerations

Michael Fox

EAD as an Archival Descriptive Standard
Kris Kiesling



Volume 60 • Number 4 • Fall 1997

SPECIAL ISSUE ON ENCODED ARCHIVAL DESCRIPTION
Part 2: Case Studies,
Jackie M. Dooley, Guest Editor

First Things First: Re-engineering Finding Aids for Implementation of EAD
Dennis Meissner

Developing a Cooperative Intra-institutional Approach to EAD
Implementation: The Harvard/Radcliffe Digital Finding Aids Project

Leslie A. Morris

EAD testing and implementation at the Library of Congress
Mary Lacy and Anne Mitchell

Implementing EAD in the Yale University Library
Nicole Bouche´

Multi-institutional EAD: The University of Virginia's Role in the American
Heritage Project

David Seaman

EAD and the Small Repository
Elizabeth H. Dow

Annual Index