Today marked the first meeting of the Puget Sound Special Collections Interest Group at the Seattle Public Library, which has been convened in an effort to encourage collaboration and communication among the various stakeholders in the local special collections and archives community. I didn’t take a head count, but about thirty-five or so people made it to what was a very lively meeting. As you can see, the group came up with a very ambitious and lengthy “to-do” list. Thanks to Jodee Fenton of SPL and Sean Lanksbury of the Washington State Library for organizing the meeting.
Tomorrow the rest of you can drop by SPL to take in the annual Archives Fair extravaganza. Happy Archives Month, everyone (there, got it in, just in the nick of time)!