Utah State University Class Tours the Archives

Utah State University’s Archives Management class visited the Salt Lake County Archives for a tour on December 1.  The instructors for this class  (curators at USU’s Merrill Cazier Library’s Special Collections) have been annually bringing their class to learn about the Archives for several years.  The class also visits the LDS Church Archives, giving the students a wide perspective of archival institutions. 

Nine students toured the reading room and the Records Center, asking a lot of insightful questions of the Archives and Records Management staff.   This was a very enthusiastic class and staff really enjoyed their visit.  We look forward to next year!

USU's class in the Archives reading room.


Students viewing historical records and our exhibit on Historic Magna Main Street.

Students, instructor, and staff in reading room.

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