Holiday cards for archivists

Yay, holiday cards! Please share them with your favorite archivists (and even your not-so-favorite archivists, ’tis the season for that sort of thing).

Hark! the herald angels sing, No, we can't digitize everything!

Hark! the herald angels sing, No, we can’t digitize everything!

Photo credit: Book of Hours, f.58v, (184 x 133 mm), 15th century, Alexander Turnbull Library, MSR-02 from the National Library NZ on The Commons

May your days be filled with More Presents, Less Process

May your holidays be filled with More Presents, Less Process

Photo credit: MCCALL HOMEMAKING COVER, XMAS TREE from the George Eastman House

Warmest wishes for the holidays [over an image of a cardigan]

Warmest wishes for the holidays [over an image of a cardigan]

Photo credit: vintage 1970s Rainbow Sorbet Cardigan Sweater from Huzzah Vintage

O tidings of cardigans and joy

O tidings of cardigans and joy

Photo credit: vintage 1970s Rainbow Sorbet Cardigan Sweater from Huzzah Vintage

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow [over an image of a flaking document]

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow [over an image of a flaking document]

Photo credit: Kate C. Lang (thanks, Kate!)

And so it was that the Three Wise Dutchmen recognized the importance of provenance.

And so it was that the Three Wise Dutchmen recognized the importance of provenance.

Photo credit: Image taken from page 23 of ‘The Coming of Father Christmas’ from the British Library

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2 Responses to “Holiday cards for archivists”

  1. Kate Says:

    I may need to carry the “no we can’t digitize everything” with me and leave it at job interviews. Ha!

  2. msarchive Says:

    Great holiday message. Happy Holidaze, Rebecca!

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