Board appointment for Carolina Room archivist

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is proud to announce that Hannah Cox, archivist and librarian in the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, has been appointed to the board of the Society of North Carolina Archivists (SNCA).

Hannah joined the staff of the Carolina Room just over a year ago, and has immersed herself in local history as she arranges and describes numerous collections, assesses the preservation needs of the collections, and meets with a variety of donors. She also created a locator database to access materials upon patron request, and has significantly increased the Library’s online archival presence. Originally from Indiana, Hannah earned her Masters degrees in Library Science and Public History from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

The Society of North Carolina Archivists promotes cooperation and exchange of information among individuals and institutions engaged in the preservation and use of archival and manuscript resources statewide. Hannah joined SNCA soon after moving to Charlotte, and she views her new member-at-large position as an opportunity to become even more involved with both the organization and the archival profession as a whole.

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