Indiana archivists attending the 1971 Society of American Archivists meeting in San Francisco acknowledged the need for an organization and clearing house for archival problems at the local level. From their first meeting of January 15, 1972, the six founding Society of Indiana Archivists members began the task of building an organization that would bring together not only professional archivists, but librarians, manuscript curators, university personnel, local historical society members, and other persons interested in historic document preservation in the state. Learn more about our organizational history here.
Non-Current Organizational Records
The non-current organizational records of the Society of Indiana Archivists are held by Archives and Special Collections at the Ball State University Libraries.
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