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Who are the members of ICPN?
Well, we can't give out their names, but we can tell you that our members are engaged in many endeavors at a variety of collection-holding facilities. Our members work in public, private, and educational settings as archivists, directors, librarians, registrars, curators, historians, emergency managers, professors, technology and computer specialists, collections managers, students, volunteers of sorts, and conservators of documents, objects, and books. Institutions represented are libraries (public, school, university, medical, law), historical societies, consulting firms, archives, universities, historic sites, cultural centers, botanical gardens, film archives, conservation centers, religious organizations, and museums of all kinds.
As promised, we have created a Google Map showing the locations of institutions with which ICPN members are affiliated.
Click JOIN ICPN to connect with colleagues and share resources & tips. Membership is free. Click here to see a map and list of the institutional affiliations of our members.
Want to know what's in our Disaster Response Training Kit? Click for list of contents.
Look at the list of items in the ICPN Environmental Assessment Kit you can borrow for monitoring the storage and display environments of your collections.
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Where in the World are the ICPN members?
Institutional affiliations of ICPN members
Click on a name to see the full street address and a link to its location in Google Maps.