Archives Day 2002

ARCHIVES AND HISTORY DAY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2002

Time Room Event
9:00-10:00 5 Morning Refreshments
9:00-5:00 Lobby Revolutionary War Archival Exhibit
New Jersey Archives and History Organizations Information Display
9:00-5:00 NJ History Room New Jersey History Room – Local and State History Reference Books
9:15-10:00 4 Advocates for New Jersey History Meeting
9:30-10:00 Archives Tour of the Monmouth County Archives (Reservation Required)
9:30-11:00 7 Book Repair Workshop. Kimberly Avagliano, Senior Librarian, Monmouth County
10:00 Hall Pledge of Allegiance
10:05-11:00 Hall Exhibition Tables of Archives and History Organizations
10:15-11:00 4 Video: Old News: Selections from the Monmouth County Archives
TV34 News Video Collection
11:00-12:05 Hall Plenary Session M. Claire French, County Clerk, Monmouth CountyJane G. Clayton Award: To be announced

Theodore J. Narozanick, Freeholder, Monmouth County

Renee Becker Swartz, Chair, Monmouth County Library Commission

Karl J. Niederer, Director, NJ Division of Archives and Records Management

Gary D. Saretzky, Monmouth County Archivist

Ronald J. Becker and Lorraine Williams, New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance:

Author Awards: Delight W. Dodyk, Helen C. Pike

Museum Award: To be announced

Alan B. Delozier, Chair, NJ/MARAC

NJ/MARAC Caucus Award: Monmouth County Archives

Jim Reed, Professor of History, Rutgers University:
Introduction to Benjamin Franklin Featured Speaker: Benjamin Franklin
(portrayed by Dean Bennett, with funding by the New Jesey Council for the Humanities)

12:05-2:00 Hall Exhibition Tables of Archives and History Organizations
12:05 5 Box lunches available for participants (by prior arrangement)
12:05-1:00 Admin. Conf. Rm. Monmouth Librarians Association: Luncheon Meeting
12:10-12:40 4 Video: Monmouth: Rich in History
12:40 – 1:15 4 Video: A Tour in Preservation
introduced by Randall Gabrielan, Executive Director, Monmouth County Historical Commission
1:15 Hall Drawing for New Jersey History Game Prize Winner
1:30-3:30 P4-5 Symposium: Oral History TodayModerator: Howard Green, Research Director, New Jersey Historical Commission

Speaker: Sandra Holyoak, Director, Rutgers Oral History Archives of World War II

Speaker: Adele Oltman, Curator of History, New Jersey Historical Society. Changed Lives: Understanding New Jersey in the Aftermath of September 11

Speaker: Carole Rogers, Director, Gifts from Our Past: Lives of Catholic Women in New Jersey, College of St. Elizabeth