OCLC is digitizing 242 back issues of the American Archivist—from January 1938 through Fall/Winter 2000. The first batch of 47 issues was dispatched for digitization in April. Four other batches will be sent across the summer.

Kate Elgayeva, a recent graduate of Dominican University who is a preservation assistant at the American Theological Library Association in downtown Chicago, will assist SAA with administrative tasks in prepping the batches and with quality control of the digitized material. The goal is to upload all of the content on the American Archivist Online website by this fall so that the entire run of this important body of scholarship would be available electronically for the first time.

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