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Charleston Archives, Libraries and Museums Council

Description of the Charleston Archives, Libraries and Museums Council (CALM)

The Charleston Archives, Libraries and Museums Council (CALM) is a group of Charleston, S.C. area organizations interested in preservation of and access to historic and contemporary materials, emergency preparedness and disaster recovery. CALM provides an opportunity for participants in the archives, library, museum and records communities to interact in a supportive environment for the exchange of ideas and information.

CALM has regular meetings at which participants can network, exchange information on activities at their institutions and receive assistance with professional and technical issues. CALM also sponsors speakers at meetings and workshops on topics of interest to the membership. Recent presentations have included applying for preservation grants, ADA law and compliance, economical environmental monitors, book preservation and repair, and mold prevention.

Contact Information

E-mail:  CALM.sc@gmail.com
Internet sites and databases: http://calm-sc.blogspot.com/

CALM is on Facebook

The following is a list of active institutional members of CALM with their assiciated links as taken from their websote in February 2011.

Avery Research Center for African American History & Culture
Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site
Charleston County Public Library
Charleston Southern University Library
City of Charleston Old Slave Mart Museum
City of Charleston Records Management Division
College of Charleston Special Collections
Drayton Hall
Gibbes Museum of Art
Historic Charleston Foundation
John Rivers Communications Museum
Karpeles Manuscript Museum
Mackey Masonic Museum in Charleston
Medical University of South Carolina Library
Mepkin Abbey
Middleton Place Foundation
Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum
South Carolina Historical Society
St. John's Lutheran Church
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
The Charleston Library Society
The Charleston Museum
The Citadel Archives and Museum
The Citadel Library
The Diocese of Charleston Archives
The Huguenot Society of South Carolina
Waring Historical Library

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