Happy Friday, everyone! I'm your new assistant web manager, Hannah Davis. I'm excited for the opportunity to start working for SFA!
Have you registered for the 2016 joint meeting with the Society of Georgia Archivists in Savannah, GA? If not, head on over to the registration page!
From the State
Tallahassee, FL: Joan Perry Morris, "The First Lady of Florida Photographs," has passed away.
Miami, FL: The University of Miami's current exhibition, "The Pan American University: The Original Spirit of the U Lives On" has been extended until July 2016.From the Country
Corning, NY: The Corning Museum of Glass has a new exhibit called Revealing the Invisible: A History of Glass and the Microscope. The exhibit highlights how the invention of the microscope has shaped medicine, and features 14 historic microscopes from the Museum Boerhaave, the Dutch Museum for the History of Science and Medicine.
Cleveland, OH: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Archives recently gave local news station WKYC a tour of their Prince Collection.
From the World
London, U.K.: More than 1,000 of recordings made in India between 1912-1938 are now available via the British Library.
From the Blogosphere
The Preservation Week Twitter has been keeping a great round-up of #PreservationWeek posts.