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Archivists try to identify the subjects of the materials in their care. Silent Film Fans Make Some Noise To Help ID Forgotten Treasures | Texas Public Radio

Archivists try to identify the subjects of the materials in their care. Silent Film Fans Make Some Noise To Help ID Forgotten Treasures | Texas Public Radio

Archivists protect engineering records that can help diagnose issues with construction as with this collection from the Bay Bridge in San Francisco

A peek inside the Bay Bridge's 'diary'

Archivists protect engineering records that can help diagnose issues with construction as with this collection from the Bay Bridge in San Francisco

Archivists piece together puzzles

Archivists piece together puzzles

The way we were: One of the earliest known colour films in existence shows horse-drawn carriages near Hyde Park Corner, in London in 1902. The footage was painstakingly resorted by archivists at National Media Museum in the Bradford

World's earliest colour movies shown for first time an incredible 120 years after they were shot

The way we were: One of the earliest known colour films in existence shows horse-drawn carriages near Hyde Park Corner, in London in 1902. The footage was painstakingly resorted by archivists at National Media Museum in the Bradford

Conservator Sarah Norris places a page on the moveable suction table under the humidity dome.

Conservator Sarah Norris places a page on the moveable suction table under the humidity dome.

City of Toronto archivist on the web and social media: "It creates a richer archives experience,” she says.

City of Toronto Archives: Where past meets the future

City of Toronto archivist on the web and social media: "It creates a richer archives experience,” she says.

Archivists help publicize the potential loss of our heritage. Library of Congress: 75% of Silent films lost

Library of Congress: 75% of Silent Films Lost

Archivists help publicize the potential loss of our heritage. Library of Congress: 75% of Silent films lost

The Monuments Men, the group of Allied men and women who recovered stolen artwork from the Nazis in Europe during the Second World War. The group was composed of artists, curators, archivist, soldiers, men and women from over 13 nations.

The Monuments Men, the group of Allied men and women who recovered stolen artwork from the Nazis in Europe during the Second World War. The group was composed of artists, curators, archivist, soldiers, men and women from over 13 nations.

Bella Lyall-Wilcox (left) and Betty Lyall-Brewster, Taloyoak (formerly Spence Bay), Nunavut, by Studio Norman, Health and Welfare Canada.

Bella Lyall-Wilcox (left) and Betty Lyall-Brewster, Taloyoak (formerly Spence Bay), Nunavut, by Studio Norman, Health and Welfare Canada.

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