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Employment History

Archivist

National Library of Medicine


Archivist

History Associates Incorporated


Processing Archivist

Schenectady Museum


Processing Archivist

State University of New York


Processing Archivist

University at Albany


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History Associates Incorporated - About HAI - Staff

www.historyassociates.com [cached]

Archivist Rob Taglianetti is currently working on processing and preparing collections for the Digital Manuscripts Program at the National Library of Medicine.He previously worked on a project for the National Park Service's Independence National Historical Park involving the arrangement, description, and preservation of a collection of resource management records.Mr. Taglianetti earned his bachelor's degree in history from Pensacola Christian College and master's degrees in public history and information science from the University at Albany, State University of New York.Before joining HAI, he completed internships at the New York State Military Museum and the Schenectady Museum.Mr. Taglianetti also has worked as a processing archivist for both the University at Albany, State University of New York, and the Schenectady Museum.


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