Acquiring and Preserving Private Records: Cultural versus Administrative Perspectives

  • Robert A.J. McDonald

Author Biography

Robert A.J. McDonald
A member of the History Department at the University of British Columbia, Robert A.J. McDonald teaches Canadian history with an emphasis on British Columbia. He has taught historiography for the Master of Archival Studies Programme at UBC and is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Vancouver City Archives. He has recently completed a book-length manuscript on class, status, and the construction of social boundaries in Vancouver, British Columbia, from I863 to 19 13.
How to Cite
McDonald, Robert A.J. 1994. “Acquiring and Preserving Private Records: Cultural Versus Administrative Perspectives”. Archivaria 38 (February), 162-63.

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