News for the Week of October 31-November 4, 2016

04 Nov 2016 8:25 AM | Hannah Davis (Administrator)

Can you believe that it's almost November? I sure can't - it feels like yesterday that I was enjoying the beautiful Savannah weather with all of you at our joint meeting.

From the State
Miami, FL: The UM Special Collections will be hosting a historic board game night on November 19th, and be sure to check out their exhibit featuring many of the games to be played. More information can be found on their Facebook page.

From the Country
Detroit, MI: The Motown Museum is going to get a massive expansion.

Chicago, IL: The Chicago Tribune pulled out a front page story from Cubs' World Series win in 1908 from their archives.

Washington, D.C.: The process of transferring President Obama's records to the National Archives has begun.

From the World
Quito, Ecuador: A man found almost 300 perfectly preserved reel-to-reel tapes in his grandfather's apartment.

From the Blogosphere
Check out posts on Twitter from #AudiovisualHeritage Day, which was on October 27th.

#FlashbackFriday: The Internet Archive has launched GifCities: The GeoCities Animated Gif Search Engine.

Where have all of Hitler's home movies gone?

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