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The Society of Archivists ( SoA ), which was in existence from 1947 to 2010, was the principal professional body for archivists, archive conservators and records managers in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
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Executive Order 13233, which restricted public access to the papers of former presidents, was more recently criticized by the Society of American Archivists and other groups, stating that it " violates both the spirit and letter of existing US law on access to presidential papers as clearly laid down in 44 USC.
* Hefner, Loretta, The WPA Historical Records Survey: a guide to the unpublished inventories, indexes, and transcripts, Society of American Archivists.
Many archivists belong to a professional organization, such as the Society of American Archivists, the Association of Canadian Archivists, the Archives and Records Association ( UK / Ireland ), the Colombian College of Archivists-CCA and the Australian Society of Archivists, as well as any number of local or regional associations.
Norton was one of the founders of the Society of American Archivists, and wrote essays based on her decades of experience working in the Illinois State Archives.
Such projects have included communities such as the Society of American Archivists, the Open Archives Initiative, the Institute for Museum and Library Services, the International Organization for Standardization, the National Information Standards Organization, the World Wide Web Consortium, the Internet Engineering Task Force, and Internet2.
The Society of American Archivists ( established 1936 ) is the oldest and largest archivist association in North America, serving the educational and informational needs of more than 5, 000 individual and institutional members.
In 2010 the Society amalgamated with the National Council on Archives ( NCA ) and the Association of Chief Archivists in Local Government ( ACALG ) to become the Archives and Records Association ( United Kingdom and Ireland ), otherwise known as the ARA.
The Society was originally founded in 1947 as the Society of Local Archivists, but changed its name to the Society of Archivists in 1954 due to its membership expanding beyond archivists working in local government.
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For a time he took into his family the young student Antoine-Frédéric Ozanam ( 1813 – 1853 ), one of the founders of the Conference of Charity, later known as the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul.
* Warren Treadgold ( 1997 ), A History of the Byzantine State and Society, Stanford Universwity Press, pp. 612 – 29.
Moreover, several organizations ( e. g., The American Society for Microbiology ( ASM ), American Public Health Association ( APHA ) and the American Medical Association ( AMA )) have called for restrictions on antibiotic use in food animal production and an end to all nontherapeutic uses.
The original song Advance Australia Fair was composed by Peter Dodds McCormick under the pen-name ' Amicus ' ( which means ' friend ' in Latin ), in the late 19th century, and first performed by Andrew Fairfax at a Highland Society function in Sydney on 30 November 1878.
* Cline, Eric H. ( 2007 ), From Eden to Exile: Unravelling Mysteries of the Bible, National Geographic Society, ISBN 978-1-4262-0084-7
Earliest American scholars were with the The American Folklore Society ( AFS ), which emerged in the late 1800s.
In 1938, the first formal men's barbershop organization was formed, known as the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America ( S. P. E. B. S. Q. S. A ), and in 2004 rebranded itself and officially changed its public name to the Barbershop Harmony Society ( BHS ).
For example, abeyance was used as a settlement method in a Canadian lawsuit involving the University of Victoria Students ' Society ( UVSS ), the BCCLA, and a campus pro-life to whom the UVSS denied funding to.
The Encyclopedia of New York City, ( Yale University Press and The New-York Historical Society, ( 1995 ) ISBN 0-300-05536-6 ), has entries, maps, illustrations, statistics and bibliographic references on almost all of the significant topics in this article, from the entire borough to individual neighborhoods, people, events and artistic works.
The total network of tracks amounts to around, and is maintained and overseen by a voluntary body, the Schwarzwaldverein ( Black Forest Society ), which has around 90, 000 members ( figures from Bremke, 1999, p. 9 ).
Rabbani was also the leader of Jamiat-e Islami Afghanistan ( Islamic Society of Afghanistan ), which has close ties to Pakistan's Jamaat-e-Islami.
The main legislative framework for the Building Society was the Building Society Act of 1874, with subsequent amending legislation in 1894, 1939 ( see Coney Hall ), and 1960.
( 1957, 1970, 2001, 2007 ) The Heavens ( 1970 ), Cartographic Division of the National Geographic Society ( NGS ), Washington, D. C., U. S. A., two sided large map chart depicting the constellations of the heavens ; as special supplement to the August 1970 issue of National Geographic.
* Spencer Houghton Cone ( born 1785 ), US Baptist minister and president of the American and Foreign Bible Society
Western casuistry dates from Aristotle ( 384 – 322 BC ), yet the zenith of casuistry was from 1550 to 1650, when the Society of Jesus used case-based reasoning, particularly in administering the Sacrament of Penance ( or " confession ").
* CCS ( Certified Customs Specialist ) conferred by the ( Canadian Society of Customs Brokers ) ( CSCB ),
According to Emile Benveniste ( 1954 ), the earliest written occurrence in English of civilisation in its modern sense may be found in Adam Ferguson's An Essay on the History of Civil Society ( Edinburgh, 1767 – p. 2 ): " Not only the individual advances from infancy to manhood, but the species itself from rudeness to civilisation.
There are a number of performing arts groups at Columbia dedicated to producing student theater, including the Columbia Players, King's Crown Shakespeare Troupe ( KCST ), Columbia Musical Theater Society ( CMTS ), NOMADS ( New and Original Material Authored and Directed by Students ), LateNite Theatre, Columbia University Performing Arts League ( CUPAL ), Black Theatre Ensemble ( BTE ), sketch comedy group Chowdah, and improvisational troupes Alfred and Fruit Paunch.
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The Symposium, which was jointly sponsored by the American Institute of Physics, the Instrument Society of America, and the National Bureau of Standards, attracted nearly one thousand registrants, including many from abroad.
Now the Czarship had not affected my own sense of social values, but Mother had attained a reflected glory through it, which had opened the doors of Los Angeles-Pasadena Society to her.
At the age of 30, in 1905, Schweitzer answered the call of " The Society of the Evangelist Missions of Paris " which was looking for a medical doctor.
Using Nevado Mismi, which in 2001 was labeled by the National Geographic Society as the Amazon's source, these scientists made new calculations of the Amazon's length.
-short for " The Collective Consciousness Society "-which had several hit singles produced by Mickie Most, including a version of Led Zeppelin's " Whole Lotta Love ", which was used as the theme for BBC's Top Of The Pops between 1971 and 1981.
He also helped Schoenberg run his Society for Private Musical Performances, which sought to create the ideal environment for the exploration and appreciation of unfamiliar new music by means of open rehearsals, repeat performances, and the exclusion of professional critics.
The National Democratic Revolution ( NDR ) is described as a process through which the National Democratic Society ( NDS ) is achieved ; a society in which people are intellectually, socially, economically and politically empowered.
ACM's primary historical competitor has been the IEEE Computer Society, which is the largest subgroup of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Before leaving Whorf presented the paper " Stem series in Maya " at the Linguistic Society of America conference, in which he argued that in the Mayan languages syllables carry symbolic content.
* Richard III Society: history society, which contains photos and articles that present several competing theories about the location of the battle
A number of internal groups flourished within the new party, the most notable of which was the Tawney Society ( mirroring the function of the Fabian Society within the Labour Party ).
And Burroughs built the backbone switching systems for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication ( SWIFT ) which sent its first message in 1977.
* Liberator Building Society scandal, in which the Liberal Party MP Jabez Balfour was exposed as running several vast fraudulent companies to conceal colossal financial losses.
They were fighting to preserve a degree of accountability to the membership which the management of the Society patently did not feel.
When he briefly returned to the United States in 1972, the Lincoln Center Film Society honoured him with a gala and awarded him a lifetime achievement award, which has since been awarded annually to filmmakers as The Chaplin Award.
There are also the Pub Design Awards, which are held in association with English Heritage and The Victorian Society.
Traditionalist Roman Catholic groups, congregations and clergymen, however, continue to support missionizing Jews according to traditional patterns, sometimes with success ( e. g., the Society of St. Pius X which has notable Jewish converts among its faithful, many of whom have become traditionalist priests ).
Earlier, Dai had been involved with the Blue Shirts Society, a fascist-inspired paramilitary group within the Kuomintang, which wanted to expel Western and Japanese imperialists, crush the Communists, and eliminate feudalism.
An explanation using a fishing analogy can be found in Trout, Catfish and Roach which won an award from the Royal Statistical Society for excellence in official statistics in 2011.