The deposit of security microfilm

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South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Archives and Records Management Division
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1992
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Microfilms--Storage
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This public records information leaflet number 15 states that the Department of Archives and History receives for storage security microfilm from school districts; colleges; and state, county, and municipal governments. In the past, we have stored archival film (film of records of archival value), long-term film (film of records of long-term value), and short-term film (film of records of short-term value). In the interest of space, however, we are now assigning top priority to the storage of archival film, storing long-term film as space becomes available and phasing out the storage of short-term film. In the interest of security, we have established standards for acceptance and will return any film that falls short of those standards. To meet our requirements, you should follow the procedures set out in this document.
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South Carolina State Library
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Copyright status undetermined. For more information contact, South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201.
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