Electronic Cataloging Project Entry #50

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Electronic Cataloging Project Entry #50

August 1, 2012

Today marks the first day of the Electronic Cataloging Project's Year Three. We had a productive Year Two, with the entry of 138 content-rich object records (and their 1,756 related media and constituent records) into TMS. This batch included the beginning of our Historic House object entries—thanks to new research provided by our contracted Decorative Arts Curator.

As we embark on the final year of our project, we have great plans and goals. By the end of Year Three we will wrap up database entries for the Fine Art collection as well as the Historic House collection objects that are on view on the first floor of the Museum. The momentum isn't stopping—there is plenty to do!



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