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Robert Spindler's Collection


Date Range
2001 2018

An unpublished paper regarding opportunities for digital library development and incentives for attracting faculty publications.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert P.
Created Date
2004-09-06

A presentation describing technical work, community reaction and publicity associated with an online collection of Arizona Japanese internment camp newsletters and related archival materials developed in 2017. The presentation was given at the Arizona Library Association conference in October 2017 and this revised version was presented at the Arizona Archives Summit on February 1, 2018.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert
Created Date
2018-01-18

Powerpoint slides, audio clips and transcriptions from the presentation describing the work of Lincoln and Eleanor Ragsdale and civil rights actions at Phoenix from 1963-1964.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert
Created Date
2017-02-18

Presentation slides and variant presentation scripts for an overview of the Tempe Normal School as it was in 1912. Campus buildings, campus lands, academics and student activites are featured.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert P.
Created Date
2012-01

Materials produced for the workshop hosted by the Humane Cities Initiative, Institute for Humanities Research, Arizona State University. Participants were sent this package of archival materials and links to brief online sources for advance readings. Also enclosed are PDF renderings of introductory powerpoint files by Spindler and Pagan, and an audio recording of the discussion joined in progress.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert, Pagan, Eduardo
Created Date
2018-03-13

Remarks offered at the Luhrs Reading Room, Hayden Library, Arizona State University on September 24, 2013 and at the Arizona Latino Art and Cultural Center, Phoenix, Arizona on September 26, 2013.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert P.
Created Date
2013-09-24

Historical research produced for a portion of the exhibit entitled Civil Rights in Arizona, which was displayed at the Luhrs Gallery, Hayden Library in 2012-2013. The action at the ROTC Building was one of the largest protests in Arizona State University history, resulting in the arrest of ten individuals. The second file entitled "Who Were the Tempe Ten" describes the arrested students and unaffiliated persons.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert P.
Created Date
2012

Original exhibit panel text for the exhibit presented at the Luhrs Gallery, Hayden Library, Fall, 2013.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert P.
Created Date
2013-07-01

Presentation slides describing an Arizona Centennial project to build a digital library and facilitate community discussion about why people came to Arizona, why they stayed and why they left. Presentation was made at Friendship Village, Tempe AZ, November 2011.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert P.
Created Date
2011-10-31

An invited presentation on digital preservation skills for archival professionals offered at the Persistence of Memory conference hosted by the New England Document Conservation Center at Tucson Arizona, December 5, 2006.

Contributors
Spindler, Robert P.
Created Date
2006-12-05

A collection of scholarly work created by Robert Spindler, University Archivist and Head of the Department of Archives and Special Collections, Arizona State University Libraries.

Robert received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in American History from Boston University and his Master of Science from the Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science. He was formerly Project Archivist at the Peabody Museum of Salem, Massachusetts and has served as a professional consultant to the Polaroid Corporate Archives, the Regents of the University of California, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, the Maine Maritime Museum, and the Milton H. Erickson Foundation. Mr. Spindler is Distinguished Fellow of the Society of American Archivists and a past chair of their 2012 Annual Meeting Program Committee, Nominations Committee, Committee on Archival Information Exchange, Description Section and Congressional Papers Roundtable.

In 1998 he was one of fifteen archivists awarded SAA’s C. F. W. Coker Prize for his participation in the international development team for the Encoded Archival Description (EAD) Tag Library. He has presented and published regularly on archival description, electronic records preservation, and internet ethics issues.