Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Archives Tour 2/7/13

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Archivist Mike Duggan displays archival materials for MLIS students in 2011

UCLA’s SAA student chapter has organized a tour of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Archives in Simi Valley on Thursday, February 7th at 10 am.  We will have the opportunity to meet members of the archives staff and get a behind-the-scenes look.  All FREE of charge! More over, the museum currently has a special limited-time exhibit from the Disney Archives. Regular museum admissions is $21 but we will get a special discounted rate of $6. Tickets will be available for purchase after the tour.

This is a great opportunity to view the organization of national and presidential archives! Check out their website for more info: http://www.reaganfoundation.org/

What: Tour of Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Archives, plus discounted tickets to Disney exhibit
Who: MLIS and Phd students, faculty, staff, and information professionals
When: Thursday, February 7 @ 10 am
Where: 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA, 93065.

Since there will be spacial limitations, we are limiting the tour to the first 20 people who RSVP saying they can commit to the tour.

RSVP by email to uclasaa@ucla.edu

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About Society of American Archivists at UCLA

Welcome to the Society of American Archivists student chapter at the University of California, Los Angeles! The Chapter is open to all students interested in any aspect of archival management and preservation ranging from traditional materials such as manuscripts, personal papers, and business records to electronic and digital media in all formats.
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