Factors in the administration and use of Australian departmental archives
It is one of the great misfortunes of the archivist that the majority of his professional problems are not universal. In fact, his is an occupation which is particularly confined by national boundaries and national traditions. The universality of most natural science is a bye-word; even librarians the world over have the advantages of a common language. But not so the archivists. It is not so much that they lack a means of communication, as that there exist a number of largely domestic...[Show more]
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