The Society of Southwest Archivists is a professional organization established to:
- stimulate and make available research in archival administration and records management
- promote sound principles and standards for preserving and administering records
- foster opportunities for education and training of archivists, records managers, and custodians of private papers
- strengthen relations with others in allied disciplines and with organizations and institutions having mutual interests in the preservation and use of our recorded heritage.
SSA serves over 500 archivists, special collections librarians, preservationists, conservators, records managers, and others interested in the preservation of our documentary heritage. The six states in our region are Arizona, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas, but our members come from almost every state and several countries. We look forward to working with you to improve and promote the archival profession.
Lilly Carrel, 50th Anniversary Ad Hoc Committee. This is the second installment of a series of articles that commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Society of Southwest Archivists. What once began as a business meeting raffle during breakfast has transformed into the annual tradition known as SLOTTO. SLOTTO made its first mark in SSA’s history […]
If you would like to serve, or know an ideal candidate, please submit your nominations for the following positions: Vice-President/President Elect (three year term-one as VP, one as President, and one as Immediate Past President) Executive Board (3 positions, two-year term) Nominating Committee (1 position, two-year term) Scholarship Committee (1 position, three-year term) Secretary (two-year […]
Today in the Archivist’s Daybook
Nothing from January 23, 2022 to January 24, 2022.