|Titel||The Appraisal of modern Public Records|
|Auteurs||Schellenberg, T.. R.|
|Secondaire titel||Bulletins of the National Archives|
Perhaps the most difficult problem facing an archivist concerned with modern public records is that of appraisal. In the case of the Federal archivist this problem is particularly acute because of the recency and the mass of the records with which he deals. To help solve this problem, the present bulletin has been written. In it the values of public records are discussed in relation to the evidence they contain on the organization and functioning of Government bodies and the information in them on persons, things, and phenomena that were the concern of such bodies. While the bulletin contains no exact standards by which the value of records may be judged, it suggests certain broad approaches that should be taken in appraisal work.
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|Alternate Journal||The Archives Library Information Center (ALIC)|