A 20th-century dilemma

Clark, T.
May 1991
Yankee;May91, Vol. 55 Issue 5, p80
Interviews Len Tucker, director of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Tucker dicusses how difficult it is to decide on the items which will represent the 20th century. Reasons for difficulties; Role of the Freedom of Information Act; Presidential library museums; Problems with videotape and films.


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