This section of the plan identifies portions of the collection that should be salvaged and recovered as quickly as possible in the event of a major disaster.
Priorities should be based on the following:
Can the item be replaced?
At what cost?
Would the cost of the item be more or less that restoration?
How important is the item to the collection?
Is the item available in at another library?
Manuscripts Collection (Rooms 313, 314, and the storage areas outside of the Reese Room)
Reese Room (Second floor of Reese Library)
Photograph Files (Special Collections, 314)
ASU Archives (Special Collections, 314)
Special Collections (Room 314, third floor of Reese Library)
Correspondence/Genealogy Files (Special Collections, 314)
Manuscript Accession Log (Special Collections, 314)
Card File for Correspondence/Genealogy Files (Special Collections, 314)
- Shipping lists 2000-2001, located in the second drawer of the filing cabinet. File folders are marked: 2000-M and 2000-P.
- Catalog cards (23 drawers) located in the metal card file next to the door into the back office.
- Brown booklets in the black office on the shelves next to the sink, fourth shelf from the top. These are map indexes.
- Current InterLibrary Loan files
- Copyright files
- Reserve articles files