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Re: Blog on State Archives and Repositories

Good morning,

I would be interested in contributing a piece about the Shippensburg University Archives to the blog on state archives and repositories. Please contact me with more information.

Thank you,

Christy Fic, MLIS
University Archivist & Special Collections Librarian
Ezra Lehman Memorial Library
Shippensburg University
cmfic@ship.edu

Blog on State Archives and Repositories

The Editorial Board for H-Pennsylvania is starting a new monthly blog to highlight the various special collection libraries, archives and their collections that document the various aspects of Pennsylvania History. With the transition to the Commons, H-Pennsylvania has more tools to explore and discuss the vast history of the state.

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