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We are Excited to see you at ARSL next week

Advantage Archives is excited to be in Chatanooga next week at ARSL. We can’t wait to connect at the crossroads.

Stop by and grab:

  • Pens
  • Foam Coffee Sleeves
  • Bookmarks
  • Sign Up and post in our community to receive our special item (Announcing Details September 7th)

We will also have both of our Co-Founders, Chris Donohue, and Jeff Kiley, in attendance, as well as Mike Schmitz, our new Chief Technology Officer, stop by and meet him. I know he would love to meet you all!

We also will be posting a blog tomorrow where you can signup and post in our community to receive something special, be on the lookout for that!

 

Want to schedule a time we can set aside and talk to you one on one? Scan the code below!

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September 07, 2022
Who wants a free coffee mug?

Are you attending ARSL next week and want a free coffee mug? Follow the link below to our Community History Archives Community and follow the instructions in the ARSL 2022 thread to receive a mug. *Must be attending ARSL to be eligible.* Link to Register: https://communityhistoryarchives.com/arsl-2022-li3jtwwu/post/who-wants-a-free-coffee-mug-jzsSxaV1UWP2QXz    

September 02, 2022
Rural and Small Libraries are the Foundation of American Libraries

Did you know… Rural and small libraries serve 1 in 4 Americans. There are 16,000 public libraries in the USA, and 4,000 of them are considered “rural library systems.” 1/4 of rural Americans don’t have access to internet greater than 25 Mbps, these communities rely on their library system’s internet connection. Computers with internet were […]

June 20, 2022
The Article That Fueled The Black Wall Street Massacre was Ripped from History

In May of 1921, a young Black shoeshiner named “Diamond” Dick Rowland was involved in an “incident” involving Sarah Page, a 17-year-old white elevator operator at the Drexel Building in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Rowland had gone to the Drexel to use the top-floor ‘colored’ restroom, which his employer had arranged for use by his Black employees. […]

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