- Founded in 1982, the Twin Cities Archives Round Table (TCART) includes members from the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area, as well as greater Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Members include archivists, manuscript curators, librarians, records managers, and information specialists representing government agencies, county and state historical societies, colleges and universities, religious organizations, and corporations.
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This year’s spring meeting is extended to include a presenter we were able to secure thanks to the MAC Speakers Bureau. The morning will constitute our usual business meeting; those that are interested may stay for the afternoon dedicated to … Continue reading
Save the date for our Spring Meeting on Tuesday, June 14th. Time and schedule TBD. The location will be at the Blake School. At this event we will have our usual business meeting, but this spring meeting we are also … Continue reading
Thank you to all who attended the 4th annual Minnesota Archives Symposium on November 2nd. We had our biggest turnout yet with 90 attendees! Thank you to the Minnesota Historical Society for being a gracious host, and thank you to … Continue reading
The Twin Cities Archives Round Table is pleased to announce the third annual Minnesota Archives Symposium (MAS), sponsored by the Hennepin County Library Special Collections Department. MAS is a local educational opportunity for archivists, librarians, records managers, curators and other … Continue reading
Here are some parking options downtown near the library. If public transportation is available to you, it will be a cost-savings compared to parking rates.
Here are some last minute details about the meeting tomorrow from the Red Wing Corporate Archives. See you in Red Wing!
Join the Hennepin County Library Special Collections and the Twin Cities Archives Round Table on Friday, November 15, 2013 for the second annual Minnesota Archives Symposium. This year’s theme is Making Connections: Advocacy, Awareness and Archives. Attend the Symposium to … Continue reading