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Register Now for the Fall 2014 Symposium!
Registration is now open for the MAC Fall Symposium, “Oral History, Archives, and Innovation,” which will take place Sept. 12-13 on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus. Visit http://www.midwestarchives.org/2014-fall-symposium for details.
July 2014 Newsletter Now Available
The July 2014 issue of the MAC Newsletter is now available to members; log in and choose "MAC Newsletter On-line" under Publications. Don’t forget to go green and download your issue online!
This issue of the newsletter contains something for everyone:
Remember, if you have information on upcoming events in your area, please contact Jeremy Brett at email@example.com to add it to the MAC online Event Calendar (http://www.midwestarchives.org/calendar); and, if you're interested in submitting content for our next newsletter, contact information and deadlines are available on the MAC website at http://www.midwestarchives.org/mac-newsletter. Thanks to all the people who diligently work to supply us with content every quarter! Keep up the good work!
Another Successful Annual MeetingThree hundred and seventy-five MAC attendees braved capricious Midwestern weather and descended on Kansas City, Mo., for The Syncopations of History, April 24-26. Members were treated to a delightful plenary session with speaker Chuck Haddix of the Marr Sound Archive, who detailed how he used archival collections to correct accepted errors in existing scholarship of jazz legend and KC native Charlie Parker. Other highlights included the reception at the American Jazz Museum, tours of local museums and repositories and, of course, panels and sessions. Read more about the meeting in the July newsletter, and please post and view slides from the sessions in the MAC Forums!
New MAC Style Guide Published
For members submitting content to the MAC Newsletter or Archival Issues, please be sure to reference the new revised version of the MAC Style Guide for your future work.