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Provenance's primary focus concerns the theory and practice of the archival profession. Recent issues included such topics as archival education; electronic records; automation; imaging; appraisal of university records; moving archives; management of audiovisual, photograph, oral history, and map materials; military archives; documentary editing; research use of archives; case studies in appraising congressional papers; ethics; and descriptive standards.

Current Issue: Volume 33, Number 1 (2015) SNAP

Front Matter

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Front Matter
Cheryl Oestreicher

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Editor's Note
Cheryl Oestreicher

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Guest Editor's Note
Caitlin Wells

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Guest Editor's Note
Roxanne Dunn

Articles

Book Review

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Reviews
Manuel J. Escamilla, Dinah Handel, Kylie Harris, Jasmine Jones, Brandon Locke, Dominique Luster, Thomas G. Padilla, and Katelyn Quirin

Back Matter

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Back Matter
Cheryl Oestreicher

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Guest Editorial Board

Editors

Caitlin Wells
New Mexico State University
Roxanne Dunn
Southeast Missouri State University

Reviews Editor

Gloria Gonzalez
Zepheria

Peer Reviewers

Sarah Allison
New Mexico State University
Clara Bannigan
The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law
Caitlin Christian-Lamb
Davidson College
Adam Heien
New Mexico State University
Julia Huddleston
University of Utah
Allyson Smally
Rachel Walton
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brynn White
New York Historical Society
Samantha Winn
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Provenance Editorial Staff

Editor

Cheryl Oestreicher
Boise State University

Managing Editor

Erin Lawrimore
University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Reviews Editor

Jennifer Welch
Medical University of South Carolina