Projects, Presentations and Unpublished Papers
- Paper: Utah Saints and Sinners, 1979.
- Paper: "I have had a great many adventures:"
The Gold Rush Letters of Samuel Stone Richardson, 1981.
- Paper: FOL: A History of the Friends of the
- Presentation: Using the Archival Census
Data in the Repository. Chicago, 1986.
- Presentation: In or Out: Observations of
an Occasional NEH Staff Member. Atlanta, 1988.
- Paper: Practical Processing: Arrangement and
- Paper: "A substantial, good-sized,
well-bound book:" Bishop Morris and Early Parish Records in Oregon, 1989.
- Presentation: Why Special Collections?
- Paper: INTERNET: On (Line) the Road Again,
- Presentation: Books to Bytes: Libraries and
the Internet. Post Falls, 1992.
- Presentation: When the Bits hit the Fan:
Electronic Records and Archives. Ottawa, 1994.
- Presentation: Lode or Placer: Mining
Records and Their Use in the University of Idaho Library. Golden, 1994.
- Presentation: Legacy to Heritage: Subject
Access to Manuscript Collections in the Electronic Age. Seattle, 1995.
- Presentation: Documentation Strategies:
A Decade (or More) Later. Washington, D.C., 1995.
- Presentation: Class, Gender, and Race:
Chinese Servants in the North American West. Honolulu, 1996.
- Paper: Archival Theory: Notes towards
the beginnings of a bibliography, 1996-ongoing.
- Presentation: Net Worth: Adding Value to
the Archival Web Site. San Diego, 1996.
- Presentation: Stepping Stones to
Empowerment: Chinese Servants in the American West. Seattle, 1997.
The Next Step: Outreach on the World Wide Web. Cheyenne, 1997.
- Paper: Archives and Entropy: The Closed
- Paper: The Laws of Archivy. 2000.
- Project: Chinese Funerary Burners: A
- Paper: 'No Tickee No Washee': Sympathetic Representations of the Chinese in American Humor. 2003.
- Presentation: From "Babbler" to Jimmy Ah Foo: The Chinese in Australian Humor. Sydney, 2004.
- Paper: Books on the Journey. Towers, the newsletter of the University of Idaho Library Associates, June 2005.
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