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A-1 METRO RECORDS STORAGE MGMT
10919 Sapp Brothers Dr, Omaha, NE  68138
402-895-1930
 
AAA CENTER STREET STORAGE AT 148TH
2805 S 148th Ave Cir, Omaha, NE  68144
402-333-2224
 
ALLIED VAN LINES AGENTS
7402 L St, Omaha, NE  68127
402-592-5455
 
BELLEVUE-25 TH STREET STORAGE
11625 S 25th St, Bellevue, NE  68123
402-292-9672
 
BUDGET STORAGE - BELLEVUE LOCATION
802 Cary St, Bellevue, NE  68147
402-734-5858
 
CHERRY HILLS SPACE SOLUTIONS
10010 Scott Cir, Omaha, NE  68142
402-934-8400
 
CRESCENT U-STOR
2805 S 148th Ave Cir, Omaha, NE  68144
402-333-2224
 
D E B CONTRACTING
1012 W 18th St, Hastings, NE  68901
402-462-2777
 
DRIVE INN STORAGE
25th Centre Sts, South Sioux City, NE  68776
402-494-2200
 
FORD STORAGE & MOVING CO
7402 L St, Omaha, NE  68127
402-592-5455
 
GRATTON WAREHOUSE CO
9995 I St, Omaha, NE  68127
402-339-9993
 
HARRIS DATA STORAGE INC
6121 S 58th St, Lincoln, NE  68516
402-441-5895
 
INTERSTATE 680 MAPLE STREET MINI STORAGE
3206 N 102nd St, Omaha, NE  68134
402-572-0450
 
METRO SELF STORAGE
3939 S 84th St, Omaha, NE  68124
402-393-1457
 
PRESCOTT HEALD & SON INC
1002 N 42nd St, Omaha, NE  68131
402-556-4400
 
RELIABLE RECORDS SOLUTIONS
1502 N Countryside Dr, Juniata, NE  68955
402-462-2777
 
SECURITY STORAGE
3201 N 19th St, Lincoln, NE  68521
402-477-3211
 
SORTINO'S RECORDS MGMT
8951 S 126th St, Omaha, NE  68138
402-827-1535
 
TWIN CITY STORAGE - SADDLECREEK STORAGE
1110 N W Radial Hwy, Omaha, NE  68102
402-552-9006
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Archivists

Archivists appraise, edit, and maintain permanent records and historically valuable documents. Many perform research on archival material. Show Details

Duties

Archivists typically do the following:

  • Create and maintain accessible computer archives and databases
  • Organize and classify archival records to make it easy to find materials
  • Authenticate and appraise historical documents and archival materials
  • Provide reference services and help for users
  • Direct workers who help arrange, exhibit, and maintain collections
  • Safeguard records by copying to film, videotape, disk, or computer formats
  • Preserve and maintain documents and objects
  • Set and administer policy guidelines concerning public access to materials
  • Locate new materials and direct their acquisition and display

Archivists preserve many documents and records for their importance, potential value, or historical significance. Most archivists coordinate educational and public outreach programs, such as tours, workshops, lectures, and classes. Some work with the boards of institutions to administer plans and policies. In addition, archivists may research topics or items relevant to their collections.

Some archivists specialize in an area of history, such as colonial history, so they can more accurately determine which records in that area should be kept and should become part of the archives. Archivists also may work with specialized forms of records, such as manuscripts, electronic records, websites, photographs, maps, motion pictures, or sound recordings.

Archivists usually use computers to generate and maintain archival records. Professional standards for handling electronic archival records are still evolving. However, computer capabilities will continue to expand and more records will be stored and exhibited electronically, providing both increased access and better protection for archived documents.

Archives technicians help archivists organize, maintain, and provide access to historical documentary materials.

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