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Western Kentucky University

Amy Lundell

Amy Lundell smiles      Amy Lundell

      Archivist, Mammoth Cave National Park

        Phone: 270-758-2154
        Email: amy.lundell@wku.edu

      Courses

        FLK 585: Archive Procedures 
        Students are also encouraged to intern at the Mammoth Cave National Park Archives. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Degrees

BA, History with a minor in Music, Maryville College
MA, History with concentration in Public History, specializing in Archival Management, Middle Tennessee State University 

Professional Affiliations

Society of American Archivists 2007- Present
Society of Tennessee Archivists (2006-2010)

Responsibilities

I am responsible for overseeing inactive park records from when they arrive at the archives, to when they are fully processed, on the shelf, and cataloged. Depending on the stage of processing, my daily activities can include surveying a new acquisition, developing a hierarchy and processing plan, ordering supplies, culling, sorting, performing minor preservation (such as pulling rusty staples or rehousing photographic material), refoldering, labeling folders, boxing records, cataloging the collection into a collections management system, or creating a finding aid. I also help facilitate access to the records for researchers.

 

 

 

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 Last Modified 9/24/14