Category: Cataloguing

Cataloguing at the Chittenden Historical Society

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Beginning in the spring of 2007, the society embarked on a process of cataloging and indexing its collections for easier retrieval of information in the future. Photos are being identified, indexed and placed in protective covers in albums for easier viewing. Separate indexed books are being filled with biographies, genealogies and obituaries. The society welcomes new materials to add to its collections. The collections will be put on the computer donated to the society in 2007. Limited copying is available on a donated printer. ...  read more

Cataloging Continues in 2006

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This spring the Historical Society is continuing the cataloguing project by establishing a card file listing each item of the Society’s collections. Not only will this file allow better assessment and tracking of the Society’s collections, but will better enable researchers in finding material. The card file can be used to build an electronic database in the future. ...  read more