Archivists keep the details and help save diverse stories about people involved with big events. We acknowledge the 100th anniversary of the Titanic tragedy and review the documents that help us remember this history http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/11/throughout-the-city-finding-traces-of-the-titanic/
African American scholar Philip Lapsansky resting on his archival laurels, "after 41 years of organizing and building one of the greatest collections of African American archival materials in the world".
At Yale Library’s Manuscripts & Archives department, Mark Matienzo, Digital Archivist, is helping to develop strategies to reclaim and organize information that was created within the past 20 years — on media that may be already becoming obsolete.
Richard Klarner, a refile technician, puts individual records away at the National Personnel Records Center in Spanish Lake on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. The Army records in this area of the records center were from post-WWII thru 1985. Klarner is a student at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville. The individual records had been requested and were now going back to their filing boxes. Photo by J.B. Forbes, email@example.com