[HCS-D] [perspy@hcs.harvard.edu: [PERSPY] [lewis_day@harvard.edu: perspective issues]]

Steven Michael Melendez melend at fas.harvard.edu
Wed May 25 23:46:03 EDT 2005


I'd love to make copies of some of the material in the closet. I think
some of the old software and hardware reviews are very interesting.

On Wed, 25 May 2005, Matt Gline wrote:

> I was just noticing this for Perspective, but it occured to me that it
> would be good for posterity's sake if hcs dumped some stuff into the
> university archives. Anyone have any ideas what we ought to be dumping
> there? All of hcsa, perhaps... What else? A backup of public mailing
> list archives?
>
> --Matt
>
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> Just saw this...
>
> --Matt
>
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> Greetings,
>
> I saw a copy of Perspective outside Lamont Library this morning, and was
> surprised to see it is again (?)/still (?) being published.  The University
> Archives has not received any issues of Perspective since v.19:3 (December
> 2001).
>
> The University Archives, under mandate from the Corporation, collects
> publications (among other things) produced by students at Harvard; any
> published matter bearing the university's name (either as an official
> publication or by permission) should be deposited in the Archives for
> permanent retention.  As part of that mandate, we endeavor to collect all
> issues of Perspective, as well as the Independent, Crimson, Gazette and
> other titles published at and for the university.  Our success is often
> spotty.  We have had a longstanding subscription, but since nothing has
> been received in a couple of years, we assumed Perspective had ceased
> publication.  We made some claims, but to no avail.
>
> We should be receiving two copies of each issue, as published.  We at the
> Archives collect materials reflecting the breadth and depth of life at the
> university.  You may think Widener or Lamont libraries preserve student
> newspapers; they don't.  The college libraries hold student periodicals for
> just one year; the University Archives is the only repository at Harvard
> which maintains student publications in perpetuity.
>
> Issues may be sent to my attention at the University Archives, Pusey
> Library, Harvard Yard.
>
> Any backfile to January 2002 which you can send would be gratefully
> received and added to the Archives' permanent collection.
>
> Thank you for your kind assistance in this matter.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> ...Lewis Day
>
>
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