«Stol ikke på det deres lærere. De er mest interessert i å få høyrere lønn, beholde sine ferier og pådytte elevene sine venstrevridde tanker.» Dette var budskapet fra Arne Myrdal til elevrådene i april 1989. Arne Myrdal var leder for Folkebevegelsen mot innvandring(FMI), en forening som i denne perioden var svært aktiv i blant annet Arendal. Frem mot begynnelsen av 1990-tallet kom det til flere konfrontasjoner mellom FMI og venstreorienterte demonstranter. En av FMI sine opponenter var SOS Rasisme og de tok i den sammenheng også vare på flere av FMI sine flyveblader og annet agitasjonsmateriell deriblant dette rundskrivet. Rundskrivet er i dag en del av arkivet etter SOS Rasisme sitt lokallag i Arendal og oppbevares på KUBEN. #historie#history#archives#arkiv#archive#arkivformidling#outreach#rundskriv#fmi#fremmedfrykt#rasisme#arnemyrdal#arendal#1989#kuben#avtrykk
The Archives was privileged to receive a visit today from Bill Barton, great-grandson of Sir Edmund Barton – Australia’s first Prime Minister, former Justice of the High Court, and key figure in the Federation of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Visiting Australia from the UK, Mr Barton and his family included a trip to Canberra to learn more about their ancestor. They were met at the Archives’ National Office at Old Parliament House by Director-General David Fricker, and given the opportunity to see original records such as Sir Edmund Barton’s annotated copy of the draft Constitution from 1891 and judges’ case notebooks.
Tune in to @ABCcanberra at 5.30pm today to hear Bill Barton speak about this special experience.
You can view a digitised copy of Sir Edmund Barton’s annotated copy of the draft Constitution (complete with handwritten notes and drawings!) online– http://soda.naa.gov.au/record/660050/1
I gotta say HAPPY BORNDAY to my super creative bro @i4kt before the clock runs out!! Lol We got a couple personal classics under the belt. Dude is a machine and we go way back! And speaking of the Way Back Machine let's go waaaay back to 2008 when I was getting footage for what I was then calling #MLtv . We used to hang out in the studio and talk way more than we actually created lol Here is #VinylTalk with a young 14KT putting a #YoungLegend up on why I should still dig for Vinyl in contrast to digging digitally on YouTube. #TheIS#14KT#MagestikLegend#Vinyl#Records#45#Archives#MyspaceERA (Oh and shouts to my best bro iLLite aka @T_Calmese, who was mentioned.) ||| Footage shot on a #KodakZi6
Here are just three of the fabulous "creepy portrait mirrors" students made at today's Crafternoon! Using copies of @mtholyoke archives images, mirrors, lace, tulle, and magnets, they created new Halloween decorations.
“Dentro de você existe uma cadeira de balanço para a minha velice?“
Muito amor por esse projeto jovial para uma sacada que a cadeira suspensa rouba a cena.
O trio de prateleiras no azul turquesa são ligadas por um ramo de galhos de madeira.
▪️Mais pra frente posto mais fotos desse projeto ✍🏻Studio Casa Urbana
The National Office has reopened at Old Parliament House!
You can visit our reading room and view facsimiles of the Constitution and other founding documents in the Charters of our Nation exhibition, at our new temporary location in Old Parliament House.
We will be back in East Block with an exciting new program of exhibitions and access programs in late 2018. Visit our website for more details: http://bit.ly/2xIIbLg
Our WW1 exhibit "Our Soldiers" is only up for a few more weeks! Did you know that 341 documented soldiers from King contributed to the war effort? Wallace Merchant was only 18 years old when he attested to the 127th York Rangers Overseas Battalion. Sadly, Sapper Merchant died on September 15th, 1917 from wounds he sustained in the field. He was only 19 years old. The death of Wallace Merchant was cited in letters written from fellow soldier Earl Campbell. Drop by the museum to learn more about the stories of these soldiers! Don't miss it!
#instathought about #libraries and #archives : The best part when you visit a library with a very rare collection is this. A piece of history, some unique testimony of the past. Wether it be the signature of a king, an activist's picture or a letter from a French author, they always make you feel like you lived in an other era, that the archives make you time travel through the shelves.
Postcard photograph of René, Adolph, and Charles Note. René Americanized his name to Raymond and is my grandfather. Charles died during combat in the Pacific and earned a Purple Heart; my father was named after him. Adolph owned a bar in Paterson, NJ, that later was the site of triple-murder that Hurricane Carter was wrongly convicted of.