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TEA-1800 Archives Services: Acquisition

Description

Consists of records relating to the acquisition of archival materials including literary papers, photographs, rare books, artifacts, and records of the University preserved for legal and evidential value, to support the teaching and research functions of the University. Acquisitions are made through purchase, private donation and scheduled transfer of University records. Records may include appraisals, receipt of transfer, donation agreements, transfer of ownership statement, accession documentation, evaluation and copies of tax receipts.

Retention Trigger

 

Retention

Permanent

Responsible Unit(s)

Library

Source

 

Records System

 

Citations

 

Record Authority

University Librarian

Disposition

 

Records Arising from Activity

 

Retention Rationale

Retention based on current operational practice.

Personal Information

If received through private donation

Vital Record

No

Protection

Medium; Long term Retention